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Public Comment Period Ends Today for Trapper Assessment

Trapper-Mine-300The public comment period for the Trapper Environmental Assessment ends today. If you haven’t made your comment yet, you should do so by the end of the day. The comments have been deemed by local officials as equally as important as the comments gathered for the ColoWyo settlement. The Moffat County Commissioners finalized their comments at Continue reading

Entrance and Camping Fees Going Up at Dinosaur

Dinosaur-National-Monument-Dinosaur National Monument will increase its entrance and camping fees on January 1st in order to help fund maintenance and improvement projects within the monument. The monument’s entrance and camping fees were last Continue reading

Environmentalists Attacking Another Coal Community

wildearthEnvironmentalists have forged an agreement with the Bonanza Power Plant to cap the amount of coal the plant can burn before it is upgraded with new pollution controls. The plant gets its coal from the Deserado Mine near Rangely. The public is being given the chance to comment on the proposed settlement. It puts a conditional Continue reading

Craig Residents Reminded to Submit Public Comment on ColoWyo EA

coloyowThe Craig Chamber of Commerce says WildEarth Guardians is flooding the Office of Surface Mining with comments on the latest Environmental Assessment at ColoWyo Mine, and are urging citizens to make comments of their Continue reading

Parks and Wildlife Seeks Public Comment on Strategic Plan

colorado parksColorado Parks and Wildlife has kicked off a public comment period for the development of the 2015 Strategic Plan. Public input is vitally important to the process. CPW’s strategic plan sets a vision for the future and defines goals, priorities and strategies for managing Colorado’s state parks, wildlife and outdoor recreation. The Continue reading

Tipton Warns that EPA Wage Garnishing Idea Not Abandoned

EPA-300Yesterday, Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) warned that the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) announcement this week that it was abandoning the direct implementation of a proposed rule to garnish Americans’ paychecks to collect fines shouldn’t be construed as the agency backing away from the rule.  The EPA Continue reading