University Corporation For Atmospheric Research
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill Wednesday to spend about $1.2 million over the next couple of years testing new technology designed to predict wildfires.
It’s a race against the clock for Boulder County as six months after the historic floods there are still dozens of flood damaged sites that need to be fixed before the spring runoff.
Three years ago, Boulder County rancher Bill Berg was yielding about 1,000 bales of hay from his fields. Last year, Berg was lucky to pull 450 bales from his land – 9 acres of which had turned into a “dust bowl.”
The organization that manages an atmospheric research center in Colorado and a new supercomputer in Wyoming has chosen a new leader.
Concerned over gridlock over the federal budget, the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research has eliminated 21 positions.