An interest in how landscapes form has led Patrick Dooling to study volcano geology in Iceland, earthquake geology in southern California, and sedimentation in southern Utah. Since 2016 he's focused on protecting the lands, air, water and wildlife resources in the Lower Gunnison Watershed.
The Western Slope Conservation Center is accepting applications for a full-time executive director. Founded in 1977, the Paonia-based grassroots environmental organization is focused on watershed stewardship, public lands advocacy, and environmental education.
The Western Slope Conservation Center (WSCC) held its annual meeting in Hotchkiss on Sunday, Feb. 11. According to its 2017 annual report, the WSCC's mission is to build "an active and aware community to protect and enhance the lands, air, water and wildlife of the Lower Gunnison watershed."
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