Denver Green News (1031 - 1040 of 1817)
A federal decision on whether to approve a $50 million art installation in a Colorado canyon depends on how it will affect the stateâ€™s 6,900 bighorn sheep.
Even in a county thatâ€™s largely supportive of local farmers, getting a quarter of your produce locally can be difficult.By Brendon BosworthMark Guttridge peeled back the white fabric draped across the floor of his hoop house, a greenhouse roughly 100 feet long, 30 feet wide and 12 feet high, with plastic pulled tight [...]
A state Flaming Gorge task force would identify issues associated with a pipeline from Wyoming to Colorado's Front Range, but not recommend whether it be built or which version of the project would move ahead.
The 2011 Colorado legislative session ended Wednesday with House Republicans backing down on a standoff over payday loans, a battle that jeopardized hundreds of state regulations on everything from hunting to environmental standards.
Cogentrix, which promises that at least 80 percent of components for its rotating concentrated solar project will be locally sourced, wins a DOE loan guarantee.
Democrats poked fun of bull semen, 3.2 beer and bear hunting Monday during the annual "Hummers" lampoon in which the House minority skewers the majority in song and dance.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed into law a state budget for next year that trims spending and will likely force teacher layoffs and the closure of some schools and state parks.
Conservation groups and others urged Colorado wildlife commissioners Friday to tweak two major water providers` plans for lessening effects of pending reservoir projects, so that rivers that fill the reserves stay healthy.
Get ready green roof aficionados! The third annual Green Roofs for the West Symposium will take place at the Denver Botanic Gardens on June 16 from 8 a.m. â€“ 5 p.m. This forward-thinking and informative event will spotlight innovative ways green roofs are leading us to a future of more sustainable cities in the challenging [...]
EPA issues new draft permit associated with aquifer pump test at Weld County (Colo.) uranium site (CO)
Permit specifies pressure requirement, clarifies issues noted in recent petitions (Denver, Colo. â€“ May 6, 2011) The U.S