Annual High Plains No-Till Conference


29th Annual High Plains No-Till Conference

Jan. 31- Feb 1, 2017

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Keynote Speakers

Chris Barron, Developer of Profit Manager and Founder of AgView Solutions
Rudy Garcia
, Regional NRCS Soil Health Specialist
Steve Tucker
, Nebraska No-Till Producer Co-Founder AgriForce Seed


What We Do

The Colorado Conservation Tillage Association (CCTA) was founded in 1988 to serve the needs of farmers searching for new ways to diversify their farms and better utilize their resources.

CCTA is a non-profit organization serving all the States in the High Plains Region. It is a collaboration of experienced farmers working with industry and University and Agricultural Agency personnel whose goal is to spread research and on-farm gained information.

Through this organization farmers have been able to utilize new technologies and techniques to enhance their overall economic position. Read More >

CCTA Journal

Read the 2017 Summer Journal

2017 Conference

Upcoming Events

  • 29th Annual High Plains No-Till Conference

    Jan. 31- Feb 1, 2017

  • Fire Recovery Workshop

    Video Links >

    Don Brown, Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture
    Jake Miller - LiveWire Fence
    Green Cover Seeds - Fire Opportunity

    Thank-you to sponsors who made this event possible!
    CHS, Inc
    Wray State Bank,
    Premier Farm Credit
    Green Cover Seeds
    Livewire Fence
    Eastern Colorado Seeds
    Rob See Co
    Nordy’s BBQ


  • CCTA Position Opening

    CCTA will be hiring for the 2018 High Plains No-Till Conference. This position will be a contract position with no benefits. The majority of the work is seasonal with the heaviest load August - March.
    The position will help organize and run events, including assist the coordinator with the 2018 High Plains No-Till Conference and summer field days with vendors and sponsor registration, attendee registration, contacting speakers for the event, preparing the conference program, submitting agronomy and commercial applicator credits and general conference administration. 
    A strong background in no-till and conservation farming practices is preferred. Please contact Becky Ravenkamp at for more information. Applications are due June 30th.
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