Test Southwestern Colorado Research Center

The Southwestern Colorado Research Center (SWCRC) works to advance knowledge in the agricultural, biological, soil and water-related sciences, while also promoting regional engagement in community development, food systems and natural resources projects. SWCRC partners with CSU Extension in Dolores and Montezuma County to maintain a three acre research and demonstration orchard located at the research center. SWCRC is in Southwestern Colorado, 15 miles north of Cortez, CO, and at an elevation of 6,900 feet it is the highest elevation Colorado research center.
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The Southwestern Colorado Research Center is part of a network of 8 research centers (9 sites) throughout the state.

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