Published on Thursday, May 28 2015 13:56
By Ron Gosnell
The new trees planted by volunteers last spring have broken dormancy. In spite of a harsh early freeze last fall that caused some damage, all the new trees are growing. Way to go, Volunteers!
The first winter after transplant is critical for new tree survival. The top-notch planting care given by the planting teams, and follow-up maintenance by Public Works, Parks and others, helped achieve this welcome result.
Published on Thursday, May 28 2015 13:50
Boulder County is working on an Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Management Plan, which will provide county staff and departments with guidance on how to manage ash trees on county-maintained properties and road rights-of-way.
The public is invited to learn about EAB, and give their input on the management plan for ash trees at an open house on Thursday, May 28, from 5 to 7 p.m., in the Houston Room at the Boulder County Clerk & Recorder building (1750 33rd Street) in Boulder.
Published on Thursday, March 26 2015 22:54
By Garima Fairfax
The Ecology Board is pleased with the success of its recent community movie “Open Sesame – The Story Of Seeds.” Approximately forty interested residents showed up for the documentary shown at the Lyons Farmette last Friday evening. Steve Simms, Chairman of the Ecology Board
Published on Thursday, May 21 2015 13:12
Boulder County Parks and Open Space announces the 2015 Farm and Water Tour Series. Now in its sixth year, this award-winning program will include three Farm Tours and a Water Tour.
The Water Tour will take place on Saturday, June 13, from 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. The all-day water tour gives an on-the-ground view of Boulder County’s water resources, including its roles in producing local food and providing water to rural
Published on Thursday, March 26 2015 17:32
The Colorado State University Extension Program has received the following information from the State Veterinarian’s Office. As stated below, Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) has not been found in Colorado, however, they do want poultry owners to be more careful with