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Don Shawcroft

President

Colorado Farm Bureau

HQ Phone: (303) 749-7500

Email: d***@***.org

Colorado Farm Bureau

9177 E. Mineral Circle

Centennial, Colorado 80112

United States

Company Description

Colorado Farm Bureau and the American Farm Bureau Federation were originally formed in 1919 with the purpose to make the business of farming more profitable, and the community a better place to live. Farm Bureau provides an organization in which members m... more

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Affiliations

Board Member
American Farm Bureau Federation

Education

degree
Agricultural Economics
Brigham Young University

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"No one wants to see more ...

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"No one wants to see more 'buy and dry' of ag water," Colorado Farm Bureau president Don Shawcroft said.


Blog Posts - Compass Colorado

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"The compromise presented by Governor Hickenlooper is a step forward in open conversation rather than trading blows at the ballot box," commented Don Shawcroft, president of the Colorado Farm Bureau."If adopted these ballot initiatives could have significantly hindered farming and ranching for generations, as well as stifle the expansion of jobs and the local economy in Colorado.


"Colorado Farm Bureau has ...

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"Colorado Farm Bureau has reviewed every one of the nearly 520 bills that have been introduced," said Don Shawcroft, president of Colorado Farm Bureau. "We have taken positions on nearly 60 bills, nearly a quarter of which deal with water. We stand firm in protecting the Colorado Prior Appropriation Doctrine and continue to make our voice heard on all water legislation trickling in throughout the 2016 Legislative Session."

Staying true to our grassroots, Colorado Farm Bureau members have spoken out with hundreds of CFB members sending postcards telling the Colorado State Legislature that any legislation discussed in Colorado needs to protect the Prior Appropriation Doctrine.
"Colorado farmers and ranchers are voicing their concerns, and the intensity of the message has been increasing with more and more responses flooding the mailbox each day," continued Shawcroft. "The stack of petitions stressing the importance of our water system is nearly a foot tall and growing."
Prior to the start of the general assembly, Colorado Farm Bureau designated the following six areas as priorities for the legislative session: water, property rights, infrastructure, animal welfare, energy and wildlife. Midway through the 2016 legislative session, CFB has addressed bills concerning water, conservation easement landowner relief, agricultural innovation grants, mandatory employer E-verify, broadband deployment, transportation, property rights for mineral owners and anti-oil and gas bills.
"Food, water and ag issues are non-partisan, so we work hard with the leaders and individual members of both chambers to promote and protect agriculture and the Colorado way of life," Shawcroft stated.


"As the language currently stands, the ...

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"As the language currently stands, the state's water court system is fully considered and will allow the state engineer to address injuries to other water rights should they occur in the future," said Don Shawcroft, president of the Colorado Farm Bureau.


"Colorado Farm Bureau has ...

www.thelimonleader.com [cached]

"Colorado Farm Bureau has reviewed every one of the nearly 520 bills that have been introduced," said Don Shawcroft, president of Colorado Farm Bureau. "We have taken positions on nearly 60 bills, nearly a quarter of which deal with water. We stand firm in protecting the Colorado Prior Appropriation Doctrine and continue to make our voice heard on all water legislation trickling in throughout the 2016 Legislative Session."

Staying true to our grassroots, Colorado Farm Bureau members have spoken out with hundreds of CFB members sending postcards telling the Colorado State Legislature that any legislation discussed in Colorado needs to protect the Prior Appropriation Doctrine.
"Colorado farmers and ranchers are voicing their concerns, and the intensity of the message has been increasing with more and more responses flooding the mailbox each day," continued Shawcroft. "The stack of petitions stressing the importance of our water system is nearly a foot tall and growing."
Prior to the start of the general assembly, Colorado Farm Bureau designated the following six areas as priorities for the legislative session: water, property rights, infrastructure, animal welfare, energy and wildlife. Midway through the 2016 legislative session, CFB has addressed bills concerning water, conservation easement landowner relief, agricultural innovation grants, mandatory employer E-verify, broadband deployment, transportation, property rights for mineral owners and anti-oil and gas bills.
"Food, water and ag issues are non-partisan, so we work hard with the leaders and individual members of both chambers to promote and protect agriculture and the Colorado way of life," Shawcroft stated.

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