RBC I Colorado cavers have been notified that all Colorado, South Dakota and most Wyoming public caves with the U.S. Forest Service will be closed, starting July 19, to protect bats from White-Nose Syndrome, which is caused by fungus and disturbs the animals during hibernation, weakening them enough to often kill them. The closure order would include Spring Cave, a source said. The order will be in effect for 12 months, according to the Colorado Caves website.
RBC | The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) recently announced the availability of up to $500,000 for proposed projects in Colorado through the 2011 Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) Program. […]
RBC I This week’s Meeker Chamber Member of the Week is White River Community Association. To read the story, go to www.meekerchamber.com. This week’s Rangely Chamber Member of the Week is Don Rooks Sinclair Service. […]
RBC I The U.S. Forest Service is seeking comments concerning a proposal to reissue the term grazing permits on the Lower Fawn, Moeller Creek and Lost Park C&H grazing allotments. The action proposed, and this […]