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Tax Workshop For Ag Producers

There will be a tax workshop for those involved with agriculture next week in Craig. The Agricultural Tax Workshop is being hosted by the Moffat County Cattle Women and will be held Thursday November 30th from 5:30 to 7 at Frontier Station. Attendees will receive advice on year Continue reading

Water Workshop In Steamboat

The Colorado Ag Water Alliance will hold an Ag Producers’ Water Workshop this week in Steamboat. The workshop will address water needs for cities, agricultural producers and the environment in light of projected water Continue reading

Wyoming Coal Tax Rate Unchanged

The bill that would have lowered the severance tax rate that coal producers pay in Wyoming was shot down in a legislative committee last week. The bill would have dropped the state’s severance tax rate on coal from 7 to 6%. Those who Continue reading

Carbon County has 6.4 Billion Tons Of Coal Reserves

coalplugThere is approximately 6.4 billion tons of coal located in and around Carbon County according to a new U.S. Geological Survey study that will be released next year.  While Carbon County would like to see this coal mined, some experts believe that the economic Continue reading

New EPA Standards For O&G Producers

US-EPA-logoThe Environmental Protection Agency issued federal standards yesterday that will limit methane restrictions for the oil and natural gas industry. These standards are the latest in the Obama administrations efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels. The regulations will Continue reading

Environmental Quality Incentives Program Deadline Friday

USDA-300The USDA’s “Environmental Quality Incentives Program” or EQIP, is a voluntary conservation program that helps agricultural producers. Through the program, agricultural producers can receive financial and technical assistance to implement conservation practices that optimize environmental Continue reading

USDA Provides Funds to Universities and Extension Offices

USDA-300Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack last week announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is awarding $6 million to universities and cooperative state extension services to develop online decision tools Continue reading