Colorado Association of Extension 4-H Agents recently honored the Delta County 4-H Program and specifically Karen Scheele-Nittler and F. Isaac Munoz. Karen and Isaac won the following categories:
Paonia rancher Mark Roeber, chairman of the Federal Lands Committee of the Colorado Cattlemen's Association, traveled to Washington, D.C., to meet with the Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, and congressional leadership, regarding proposed changes to public land policies in western Colorado. The trip is part of the annual meeting of the Public Lands Council.
A native poisonous weed commonly found in Delta County is currently up and in the pre-blooming stage.
Zigadenus venenosus, commonly called death camas or meadow deathcamas, is a flowering plant in the genus Zigadenus belonging to the Melanthiaceae.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is inviting sportsmen to attend a town hall meeting with agency director Rick Cables on Thursday, May 10 to discuss proposed improvements to the Landowner Voucher Program.
The meeting is scheduled to be held in the Hunter Education Building at the agency's Grand Junction regional office, located 711 Independent Avenue.