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dave mcirvin 1 month, 3 weeks ago on Kevin Copeland: Read up on climate

I believe in Science and I'm convinced that Climate Change is likely one of the top three long term concerns for the country and planet. IMO, the Paris agreement (like the Affordable Care Act) is likely only a good start.

Putting some $ where our mouth is-We just plunked down some $ to purchase 3.05KW of solar at the Solar Farm in Craig and hope to purchase the remainder (~40%) of our monthly electric power usage with the next phase (sounds like the ITC may be renewed beyond '16).
Better hurry y'all, they have nearly sold out (the 305W panels have already sold out).

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dave mcirvin 2 months, 1 week ago on Former Steamboat police officer exonerated

Bill, While helping out a friend a few years ago, I had one professional experience with Dave Klieber at SSPD...AND he was very personable and top notch.

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dave mcirvin 2 months, 1 week ago on Former Steamboat police officer exonerated

Perhaps this community has more confidence in K.B than, perhaps, other community related officials. Wanna to run/apply for Chief, Sheriff, Manager.....?

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dave mcirvin 2 months, 3 weeks ago on Talking Green speakers weigh financial benefits of solar panels

Pleasant and informative presentation/seminar.
Thank you to the sponsors, YVSC, speakers and some forward thinking, solution seeking citizens taking the time to brush up and sip some delicious, local, dark brew from Butcherknife. Currently, we are considering the purchase of some of our electric power @ the farm in Craig. The current Solar Investment Tax Credit expires on 12/31/16 (weighing fossil fuel subsidies, elections & electrons do matter-IMO).

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dave mcirvin 3 months, 2 weeks ago on Free-roaming horses symbolize centuries of the untamed history of the American West

Terrific article Tom and Agree, Rob. I'm not a horse person but we have visited Sand Wash Basin (and the sanctuary in South Dakota) just to view the horses.

I'm no expert, but like the photo above, there appears to be an abundance of feed for them. Is the primary problem that the wild horses are competing with the for profit cattle and sheep (which nibble the growth to roots) ranchers as well as the indigenous elk and pronghorn?

Surely, there must be several other cost effective methods to neuter some of the horses to help maintain the numbers (not implying this is more than a partial solution).

For a real treat, go have sunday brunch @ Sharon's and view the stunning photos (Connie's?, thank you) of the Sand Wash horses on all the walls (there is a website to view new photos, nearly daily. some one else may post the link)..

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