About Us

Colorado Conservation Tillage Association is a non-profit (501-C5) organization whose mission is to serve the conservation and no-till farmers of the High Plains.  The High Plains encompasses Eastern Colorado, Northwest Kansas, Southwest Nebraska and Wyoming.

Purpose:  

To facilitate the exchange of ideas to preserve our agricultural soil and water resources for generations by providing a system which drastically reduces soil erosion, conserves soil moisture and builds organic matter.

Goal:

To disseminate both local and national information variables affecting optimum production such as:  conservation, tillage, water conservation, residue management, fertility, and erosion control - all resulting in greater profit and less expense.

> Bylaws: 2009 Revised

CCTA Activities include:

  • Annual Conference in February
  • CCTA Journal, newsletter in May, November, December and January
  • College Agriculture Scholarship
  • Website with Links to Ag Resources

Staff:

Becky Ravenkamp
41376 County Road 26
Hugo, CO 80821
719-740-0715

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2017 High Plains No-Till Conference

Jan. 31- Feb 1, 2017