RBC | The Colorado Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications for 2017 Noxious Weed Management grants. This year, the Department plans to award more than $755,000 in grant funds to organizations and associations for projects that focus on controlling the state’s designated noxious weeds. Of that amount, over $105,000 are from the U.S. Forest Service’s State and Private Forestry program. These grants, which are administered through CDA, support projects that reduce noxious weed infestations occurring close to Forest Service-managed lands.
RBC — John Hutchins has no trouble keeping busy. “I wear a lot of hats,” said the Rio Blanco emergency manager. Facebook Notice for EU! You need to login to view and post FB Comments!
RANGELY I A short meeting on July 27 at which most trustees were present highlighted initiatives for the community. Minutes were approved unanimously. Changes to the agenda included Town Manager Lisa Piering requesting postponing the […]
RBC | Helping Americans get back to work fast while growing their skills and at the same time filling critical labor shortages for rural employers is the aim of a new apprenticeship initiative being developed […]