Briefs for Feb. 23
Moffat County is having a birthday.
And to celebrate the county’s 95th, a birthday party is scheduled at 1 p.m. Monday at the Museum of Northwest Colorado, 590 Yampa Ave. The party is free and open to the public.
to meet in Craig
The Colorado Snowmobile Association is meeting this weekend in Craig.
The CSA’s state convention will feature trail rides Friday, Saturday and Sunday and the state meeting and awards dinner will be Saturday.
Jenn Tonso, a member of the Northwest Colorado Snowmobile Club in Craig, said 50 to 60 people are expected to attend the convention, including state officers of the association and district and club representatives from across the state.
The convention meeting and Saturday’s awards dinner will be at the Craig Holiday Inn.
For information, call 824-5821.
Seminar to offer tips on growing trees
Growing trees can be a challenge in Northwest Colorado. Those interested in having greater success with trees and needing more information about basic tree care are invited to attend a seminar titled “Tree Care Basics” next week. The seminar, sponsored by the CSU Moffat County Extension Office, will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. March 1 in the basement of the extension office, 539 Barclay. Catherine Park, certified arborist and Colorado State University master gardener, will share information about proper selection, placement, and pruning of trees in northwest Colorado. The cost for the seminar is $10 a household. Register by calling 824-9180. There’s no cost for children younger than 6.
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After 10 years in the Yampa Valley, the Colorado Crane Conservation Coalition, which is dedicated to the conservation and protection of greater Sandhill cranes in Colorado, has much to celebrate in addition to its anniversary.