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Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture Focuses on Innovation

Feb 15th @ 9:37 am

The critical role of innovation to the future of US agriculture was the focus of the “Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture” on February 14, 2013 in Denver.  The forum, called “Cultivating Innovation: Creating Ideas for the Future,” challenged attendees to think about the need for innovation when considering a future with a growing demand for [...]

Ken Salazar Unsure About Serving a Second Term

Jun 13th @ 12:21 pm

DENVER  -  In other political news, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar is noncommittal about serving a second term for President Barack Obama.  The Denver Post Sunday reports that Salazar explained in a recent interview  said his recent decision to do an about face on a controversial order protecting millions of acres in the West [...]

Secretary Salazar Charts Future for Landsat Satellite Program

Mar 21st @ 12:29 pm

BOULDER – Today, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced plans to make the Department of the Interior the permanent manager of the Landsat series of Earth observation satellites. “Bringing the Landsat satellite mission under USGS is not only the best scientific and fiscal plan for the country,” said Secretary Salazar, “but also will bring [...]

Salazar, Abbey Discuss $112 Billion Economic Contribution of BLM Public Lands

Mar 15th @ 2:54 pm

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – In a visit today to Oklahoma City, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar outlined the economic importance of U.S. energy production and called the public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) “one of the nation’s greatest assets – both economically and environmentally.” Secretary Salazar noted that America’s public [...]

NEWS: Mon. April 26, 2010

Apr 26th @ 10:29 am

Oxy USA has agreed to pay fines totaling nearly $650,000 for pit leaks that caused oil and gas contamination of spring waters northwest of Parachute. The Daily Sentinel states The company signed a settlement agreement with the state under which it will pay $390,000 for an incident in the Cascade Canyon area and $257,400 for [...]