MEEKER | Meeker students who participated in a research and conservation program with Ecology Project International in Costa Rica last June will recount their experiences with a slide show and discussion on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 7 p.m. at the Meeker Public Library. Come learn about leatherback turtles and nocturnal rainforest butterflies. Everyone welcome.
RBC I Every spring, snow begins to melt throughout the Rocky Mountains, flowing down from high peaks and into the streams and rivers that form the mighty Colorado River Basin, sustaining entire cities and ecosystems […]
By DR. BOB DORSETT Special to the Herald Times MEEKER | Imagine working with creatures that survived the dinosaurs and helping to capture butterflies unknown to science. That was the experience of 14 Meeker students who […]
RBC | Passed by the Legislature in 2005, the Colorado Water for the 21st Century Act established the concept of developing interbasin water compacts for the equitable division of the state’s water through the planning […]