Exactly how much land depends on pasture quality as determined by the government, but you can safely assume several hundred if not thousands of acres.
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When the program started as a pilot project in 2008, Denver found that around 50 percent of the trash being sent to the landfill was compostable. Last year the city diverted 9,000 tons of waste from methane-producing landfills to compost.
Snowstorms and wind have caused large and dangerous avalanches, some of which have covered I-70 in snow and closed the highway. And it may keep coming.
Seven states have been working for years on drought contingency plans. Arizona and California have missed two deadlines.
Video captured by one I-70 driver shows a cloud of snow come down the mountain and slide across the interstate.
Erin Martinez lost her brother and her husband in the Firestone home explosion nearly two years ago. Now she's speaking out in favor of new oil and gas reforms.
Results were originally projected for 12 to 18 months after the spring 2017 explosion.
Texas-based Leavell-McCombs Joint Venture plans to build 1,700 to 2,000 housing units along with stores and restaurants at the base of the Wolf Creek Ski Area.
Sunnyside Gold Corp. has been resisting attempts made by the Environmental Protection Agency to get the company to pitch in money for the cleanup.
Amache is a former Japanese internment camp near the small town of Granada on the southeastern plains.
The Imperial Irrigation District is the largest single recipient of Colorado River water, with 3.1 million-acre feet of California’s 4.4 million-acre entitlement under legal compacts stretching back nearly a century.
From Greasy Pizza Boxes To Coffee Cups: Everything You Need To Know About How To Recycle In Colorado
Also, what happens after the trash truck picks up your recycling, and how it actually gets reused.
Officials are worried that foot and car traffic during the peak season could harm nature at the site, so they’re implementing a shuttle and a fee.
The snow is a welcome reprieve after a year of hot, dry weather that fueled wildfires and slowed tourism. But thirsty reservoirs are still not quenched.