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CDA names new Deputy Commissioner

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Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture, John Stulp, has named Jim Miller, of Parker, as the Colorado Department of Agriculture's Deputy Commissioner.

"Jim has been acting in this capacity for some time and brings the right mix of experience and judgment to the position," said Stulp. "During Jim's tenure with the Department, he has proven his dedication to the agricultural community and I am thrilled he has accepted this rewarding yet challenging position."

The principal responsibilities of the Deputy Commissioner include coordinating policy development and implementation, oversee the management of the Department's divisions, and assisting the Commissioner in achieving the Department goals.

"Colorado's agricultural community is the foundation of this great state; I firmly believe that success for our farmers, ranchers, and processors translate to a better quality of life for us all," said Miller.

Miller, 59, has been employed by CDA over 20 years and has served in a number of positions including Director of Policy and Initiatives and Public Information Specialist. He has also been CDA's principal liaison with farm and ranch organizations, as well as with other governmental agencies and organizations with an interest in the programs and activities of the department.

Miller is a graduate of Colorado State University with bachelor's and master's degrees in political science. His experience in matters relating to agriculture and environmental protection date back to 1973 when he served as a legislative liaison for farm organizations in Denver and Washington, D.C. Miller grew up on a dairy and cattle farm near Broomfield.



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