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Steamboat briefs: 7.8K visitors expected to be in Steamboat on Saturday 18.9.2014 Steamboat Pilot
About 7,856 visitors are expected to be in town Saturday, according to the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s lodging barometer. The figure represents 50 percent capacity at area lodging properties, with downtown occupancy at 84 percent. On the mountain, hotels are forecast at 63 percent capacity, and condos are predicted to be 33 percent full. Lodging is expected to dip to 4,665 on Wednesday. The Chamber’s lodging barometer is based on survey data from local lodging properties. Its primary function is to help businesses determine staffing levels during the winter and summer tourism seasons. Actual lodging occupancy levels tend to increase from the forecast levels as a result of last-minute bookings. Council seeks Zero Heroes for events this weekend The Yampa Valley Sustainability Council’s Zero Waste Program needs Zero Heroes this weekend. The last Steamboat Farmers Market and Steamboat OctoberWest will take place Saturday along with the DitchFest Art and Music Festival in Oak Creek. ...
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Report ups ante for recycling, composting 10.7.2014 Denver Post: Local
BOULDER — Boulder should require businesses to recycle — and food-related businesses to compost — if it wants to meet its zero-waste goals, a consultant's report ...
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Steamboat briefs: Zero Waste program is seeking volunteers 6.7.2014 Steamboat Pilot
The Zero Waste program is looking for volunteers to help out at events to sort resources and educate the community about zero waste. Throughout the course of the summer, Steamboat offers numerous events, many of which are free.  As a thank you to the community, you can give back by volunteering with Yampa Valley Sustainability Council and the Zero Waste program.  To become a Zero Hero for this summer season, sign up at zero@yvsc.org to get connected with our volunteer spot calendar. Here is a list of events and reoccurring events throughout the summer: ■ Saturday Farmers Markets, every Saturday through Sept. 13 With set-up and breakdown, markets run from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and four to eight volunteers are needed at each market (14 Saturdays total throughout the summer season). ■ Free Concert Series on July 18, July 26 and Aug. 8 With set-up and breakdown, concerts run roughly from 4:30 to 10:30 p.m. Eight to 16 volunteers are needed at each concert. Art Council is seeking Art in the Park ...
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Steamboat briefs: Free family skate party is from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday 13.6.2014 Steamboat Pilot
Join the city of Steamboat Springs, in partnership with EASY94.1 and SportsOnFM and Beau Jo’s Pizza from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday for the Free Family Skate Party at Howelsen Ice Arena. There will be free admission, free skate rentals and free pizza. Call Mike Albrecht at 970-871-7039 for more information. Deadline is Friday to enter float in 4th of July parade Community groups are encouraged to get creative, get collaborative and get involved by creating a float for this year’s Fourth of July parade. The parade will take place downtown on Lincoln Avenue. at 10 a.m. on July Fourth. Check-in starts at 8:15 a.m. on Yampa Street between Fifth and Sixth streets and line up begins at 9:30 a.m. This year’s theme is “How the West was Won.” The deadline is Friday. To register, visit www.steamboatchamber.com/parade . Judges needed for Mustang Roundup car show Saturday The Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup is seeking volunteers to judge the Saturday Show ’n’ Shine car show on Oak Street. No experience is necessary. Judges ...
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Steamboat briefs: Hunter Education classes offered in Routt County 31.5.2014 Steamboat Pilot
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is offering a variety of Hunter Education Classes this summer in Routt County. The first class will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and Sunday, both days at the Colorado Parks and Wildlife office, inside the USFS building at 925 Weiss Drive. To register for this class or to find another class, visit www.cpw.state.co.us/learn/pages/huntereducation.aspx . Zero Waste program is looking for volunteers Zero Waste program is looking for volunteers to help out at events to sort resources and educate the community about zero waste. Throughout the course of the summer, Steamboat offers numerous events, many of which are free. As a thank you to the community, you can give back by volunteering with Yampa Valley Sustainability Council and the Zero Waste program.  To become a Zero Hero for this summer season, sign up at zero@yvsc.org to get connected with our volunteer spot calendar. Here is a list of June events and reoccurring events throughout the summer: ■ Marathon Day, June 1 With ...
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Itx2019s a wrap 23.12.2013 Durango Herald
After one last frantic pass through stores to finish the Christmas shopping, itx2019s time for the final stage of gift giving x2013 the wrapping.For some people, that means the wrapping paper they grabbed on their way out of the store and a stick-on bow or perhaps a bag with a little tissue paper, et voilxe0, theyx2019re...
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Simplifying Christmas 13.12.2013 Durango Herald
The holiday season is prime time to get out the word on the importance of zero waste, says an advocate whose commitment to the cause continues to grow.Gifts, food and decorations tend to require so much packaging that can be dispensed with, says Leslie Blood, for whom the zero-waste movement held little interest until she became part of...
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Crushing it 15.11.2013 Telluride: News
Since the San Miguel Resource Recovery Park shut down this summer, a common topic of discussion among local governments has been how to create recycling options for the region. This week, a new proposal was pitched that could open the door for glass recycling in the area.
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Crushing it 15.11.2013 Telluride: News
Since the San Miguel Resource Recovery Park shut down this summer, a common topic of discussion among local governments has been how to create recycling options for the region. This week, a new proposal was pitched that could open the door for glass recycling in the area.
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Crushing it 15.11.2013 Telluride: News
Since the San Miguel Resource Recovery Park shut down this summer, a common topic of discussion among local governments has been how to create recycling options for the region. This week, a new proposal was pitched that could open the door for glass recycling in the area.
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Crushing it 15.11.2013 Telluride: News
Since the San Miguel Resource Recovery Park shut down this summer, a common topic of discussion among local governments has been how to create recycling options for the region. This week, a new proposal was pitched that could open the door for glass recycling in the area.
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Crushing it 15.11.2013 Telluride: News
Since the San Miguel Resource Recovery Park shut down this summer, a common topic of discussion among local governments has been how to create recycling options for the region. This week, a new proposal was pitched that could open the door for glass recycling in the area.
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Crushing it 15.11.2013 Telluride: News
Since the San Miguel Resource Recovery Park shut down this summer, a common topic of discussion among local governments has been how to create recycling options for the region. This week, a new proposal was pitched that could open the door for glass recycling in the area.
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Crushing it 15.11.2013 Telluride: News
Since the San Miguel Resource Recovery Park shut down this summer, a common topic of discussion among local governments has been how to create recycling options for the region. This week, a new proposal was pitched that could open the door for glass recycling in the area.
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Crushing it 15.11.2013 Telluride: News
Since the San Miguel Resource Recovery Park shut down this summer, a common topic of discussion among local governments has been how to create recycling options for the region. This week, a new proposal was pitched that could open the door for glass recycling in the area.
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Crushing it 15.11.2013 Telluride: News
Since the San Miguel Resource Recovery Park shut down this summer, a common topic of discussion among local governments has been how to create recycling options for the region. This week, a new proposal was pitched that could open the door for glass recycling in the area.
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Crushing it 15.11.2013 Telluride: News
Since the San Miguel Resource Recovery Park shut down this summer, a common topic of discussion among local governments has been how to create recycling options for the region. This week, a new proposal was pitched that could open the door for glass recycling in the area.
Also found in: [+]
Crushing it 15.11.2013 Telluride: News
Since the San Miguel Resource Recovery Park shut down this summer, a common topic of discussion among local governments has been how to create recycling options for the region. This week, a new proposal was pitched that could open the door for glass recycling in the area.
Also found in: [+]
Crushing it 15.11.2013 Telluride: News
Since the San Miguel Resource Recovery Park shut down this summer, a common topic of discussion among local governments has been how to create recycling options for the region. This week, a new proposal was pitched that could open the door for glass recycling in the area.
Also found in: [+]
Crushing it 15.11.2013 Telluride: News
Since the San Miguel Resource Recovery Park shut down this summer, a common topic of discussion among local governments has been how to create recycling options for the region. This week, a new proposal was pitched that could open the door for glass recycling in the area.
Also found in: [+]
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