Last year, when Amendment 64 legalized recreational marijuana in Colorado, it also legalized hemp and since then, for the first time in decades, farmers around the state are considering growing the industrial fiber. On this episode of Sounds of the High Country, KDNK's Eric Skalac talks to reporter Allen Best, who wrote about Colorado hemp in the most recent issue of the High Country News.
A. E-mail it back or B. Print it and fax it to 963-0810 or C. Print it and mail it to P.O. Box 1388 or D. Print it and drop it off at 76 S Second Street or E. Attend the annual meeting and pick up or submit a ballot there.
Make sure you put your name on the ballot! Deadline is December 5, 2013 at 6 p.m.
A complex series of agreements govern the distribution of water throughout the state. Along the Colorado River, farms, cities & towns, and the recreation industry are all big players, but everyone takes a backseat to a tiny hydroelectric plant that's over one hundred years old. As part of the year-long series Connecting the Drops, Rocky Mountain Community Radio's Maeve Conran brings us this report on the Shoshone Generating Station and the critical role it plays on the Upper Colorado.
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