A Denver Post story this morning reports that the bankrupt Grant Family Farms near Wellington was forced to slaughter and bury 11,000 organic chickens that were part of the farm’s colorful Chicken Bus program. The CSA farm, facing $6.9 million in debt, made the decision to kill the chickens because of a lack of feed. Kids from all over the state helped paint the busses.
Each winter Larimer County’s Department of Natural Resources burns dozens of slash piles – branches and other small diameter wood produced during forest thinning operations — to improve forest health and reduce the threat of […]
The North Fork Weed Coop is a community-based organization focused on promoting stewardship of the native plant and animal communities within the watershed of the North Fork of the Cache la Poudre River and surrounding […]
U.S. Forest Service firefighters plan to burn slash piles west of the Crystal Lakes subdivision and near Deadman Road on Jan. 8, continuing through the week, if conditions allow. Saturday firefighters successfully burned 750 piles […]