Where's "Down to Earth Denver"?

Asked February 26, 2014, 1:50 PM EST

In the past I used to refer heavily to a resource put out by CSU's Extension program which was called "Down To Earth" Denver. Among other things it had a calendar of what gardeners should do at each part of each month given Denver's finicky growing conditions. I loved it. Now I can't find it. Is it still around? Am I misremembering the name? I'd appreciate any help; it was a marvelous resource.

Edit: I just checked my bookmarks and my "Down to Earth in Denver" bookmark goes to a link that says it no longer exists. Is this really the case?

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I'm not sure what resource you are referring to, but here is a link to a Colorado Garden Calendar from the Denver Post. http://www.denverpost.com/grow/ci_23603842/interactive-gardening-calendar-what-do-this-month
Also, Jefferson County Extension sells calendars every year with timely garden tips in them http://jeffcogardener.blogspot.com/2013/12/csu-extension-colorado-master-gardeners.html

Yeah, I saw that DenverPost article on their Facebook news feed and I was talking about it with a coworker. We got on the topic of gardening calendars and I told her about Down to Earth in Denver, but then couldn't find it.

Here's the link I had to it that now no longer works.

http://www.colostate.edu/Depts/CoopExt/4DMG/Calendar/gardenin.htm

Yeah, I saw that DenverPost article on their Facebook news feed and I was talking about it with a coworker. We got on the topic of gardening calendars and I told her about Down to Earth in Denver, but then couldn't find it.

Here's the link I had to it that now no longer works.

http://www.colostate.edu/Depts/CoopExt/4DMG/Calendar/gardenin.htm

The website is being updated and at the present, I believe that link is working. My suggestion would be to copy the information and save it to your desktop as we don't expect to put as much detail on the new site.

Yay! It is working! Thank you so much. I will also add the Denver Post link to my gardening bookmarks.