RANGELY | The Community Networking meetings will resume on Monday, Jan. 27 at the Weiss Conference Room on the Rangely CNCC campus from 12-1:30 p.m. John Leary, a restoration coordinator with RiversEdge West, will be presenting on the increase of non-native tamarisk and Russian olive trees that “increase the risk of wildfire, reduce fish and wildlife habitat, and impede agricultural, recreational, and cultural uses of the river.” If you plan to attend this meeting RSVP by Jan. 23 to Keely at (970) 675-3219 or Keely.Ellis@cncc.edu, as lunch will be provided.
RANGELY | Please join us on Sept. 23 from 12-1:30 p.m. for the monthly Community Networking Meeting in Rangely at CNCC. During this meeting we will hear from Debra Bianchi with the Alzheimer’s Association. If […]
RANGELY | Did you know that The Tank Center for Sonic Arts was just listed by Colorado.com as No. 3 of Colorado’s top 10 best small-town music venues?