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Friday, March 31. 2023

Throughout the year, Boulder County Parks and Open Space works with volunteers to collect, clean, and sow native seeds in an effort to restore and provide better stewardship to the county’s vast landscape. The county’s native seed program aims to ensure that naturally occurring ecosystems and their native populations continue to exist in Boulder County, while also helping open space areas heal from large-scale disturbances such as wildfires and floods.
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Throughout the year, Boulder County Parks and Open Space works with volunteers to collect, clean, and sow native seeds in an effort to restore and provide better stewardship to the county’s vast landscape. The county’s native seed program aims to ensure that naturally occurring ecosystems and their native populations continue to exist in Boulder County, while also helping open space areas heal from large-scale disturbances such as wildfires and floods.

KDNK's Morgan Neely has Friday's news, including a look at how Colorado and other states in our region handle lead contamination in schools' drinking water (spoiler alert: not very well). And, Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee approves bills that could overrule the will of the voters regarding wolf reintroduction. Also, a growing body of research that says being in nature is good for your mental and physical well being ... but is the more subdued and monotone pallet of the West as beneficial as the rich greens and blues of wetter climes? Meanwhile, volunteers are cracking open pine cones to ensure that naturally occurring ecosystems and their native populations continue to exist, while also helping open space areas heal from large-scale disturbances such as wildfires and floods.

Morgan is KDNK's News Director. He comes to KDNK with public radio passion and experience. He was a news host, reporter, and operations/programming director at KAJX-Aspen, and has extensive experience working in municipal government.
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