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Jul 19
Mosquito Control The best time to manage mosquitoes is when they are in the larval stage. This stage, called wrigglers, lives in shallow water and feeds on microorganisms. They can be found in used... Learn more
Jul 01
Butterfly Gardens To create a butterfly garden, you must provide a suitable habitat for an entire growing season. A butterfly garden should be insecticide free. It should include: host plants for the... Learn more
Jun 16
Landfill & Recycling The Summit County Resource Allocation Park (SCRAP) is a non-hazardous waste facility located at 639 Landfill Road, two miles north of Keystone, Colorado, 0.2 miles north of U... Learn more
Jun 02
Flagstone is one of the best materials for patios primarily due to its narrow packed joints that allow water to permeate instead of running off. Flagstone patios also have a very natural, organic... Learn more
May 17
Why Grow Native Trees? There are many benefits to using Colorado native trees for home and commercial landscapes. Colorado native trees are naturally adapted to their specific Colorado climate, soil... Learn more
May 02
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) was found in Boulder, CO, in September 2013. As a non-native insect, EAB lacks predators to keep it in check. EAB only attacks ash trees in the genus Fraxinus (so mountain ash... Learn more
Apr 19
Musk thistle is an ever-increasing problem in Colorado. It's a noxious weed prevalent in open spaces, vacant lots, pastures, ditch banks and along roadsides. Musk thistle is a biennial, which means... Learn more
Apr 06
How to Be A Habitat Hero What Is a Wildscape? A "wildscape" is simply a landscape designed to provide habitat for wildlife, large and small. A wildscape can be as large as a whole yard or as small as... Learn more
Mar 14
Snowstorms in the Wild West While some of the snowiest places in the West were—and still are—in remote, relatively uninhabited places, there were incidents of travelers getting caught in winter... Learn more
Mar 02
What are Native Species? When settlers first made their way to Colorado in the early 1800’s, they brought with them seeds of plants from all over the world. Some were seeds planted in the Old World... Learn more

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