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Virtual Program Archive

Missed the live program? We will post recordings of our virtual programs here so they can be watched on demand later! Click on the program title to watch the video.

  • Beans: Good for the Body and Budget (2/22/22): What food is a good source of protein and fiber, grown in Colorado, budget-friendly and associated with improved gut health, heart health, weight control, and lower blood glucose? That’s right, it’s BEANS!  Join Nicole Clark from La Plata County Extension and Chelsea Didinger a CSU PhD student, for bean myth busting, tips for quick and flavorful bean inclusive meals, a tasty food demo, a touch of science.

  • Instant Pot Basics (1/15/22):  Do you have a pressure cooker (Instant Pot) but lack the confidence to make use of it?  If so, this virtual class is for you!  Nicole Clark, RDN from La Plata County Extension will help unravel the mystery of how to use a pressure cooker and build confidence in your ability to safely use this popular kitchen tool.

  • Theodore Roosevelt in the American West (9/29/21): Dr. Andrew Gulliford speaks about President Theodore Roosevelt, and in particular Roosevelt’s connections with Southwest Colorado and his establishment of the San Juan National Forest. Dr. Gulliford is a writer, historian, and recipient of the 2019 Colorado Book Award with deep ties to the American West who also teaches at Fort Lewis College.

  • Following In Ancient Footsteps – An Ancestral Puebloan Tour of the Four Corners (9/21/21): This presentation highlights the major Ancestral Puebloan archaeological areas in the Four Corners area such as Mesa Verde, Chaco Canyon, Aztec, and Canyon of the Ancients. About the presenter: Denise Galley is a long time resident of Bayfield and currently works as an Interpretive Archeologist for a local outdoor adventure company. With six seasons as a private tour guide in Mesa Verde and Canyon of the Ancients, along with eight seasons working in National Parks such as Chaco Canyon and Grand Canyon, Denise enjoys sharing her knowledge of the Ancestral Puebloans with the general public.