Visitors to the GVM Ecology website are greeted on our Home Page with a video of our mountain neighborhood. Inheriting the opportunity to serve as the Webmaster has been an invitation for me to explore more deeply all the stories that have been shared over the years.
What I’ve discovered is a treasure trove of past videos, including views of our area and recordings of presentations over the years from our Speaker Series.
Want to hear the presentation about bird life in our neighborhood? Check it out!
Wondering what our weed management program is, and why it’s so important? Here’s Casey Cisneros, from Larimer County Department of Natural Resources.
You can explore the trail system near Glacier View Meadows, too.
While we’re enjoying the darker days and evenings of late spring, it’s a great time to explore the area from the comfort of your fireside.
House Bill 16-1005, effective August 10, 2016, allows precipitation to be collected from the rooftop of certain residential properties.
GVM residences that are a single family house on an exempt household-use only well can use rain barrels as allowed under HB16-1005. There is a limit of two rain barrels with a combined storage capacity not to exceed 110 gal. The water must be collected from the roof of the building that is used primarily as the residence and may be used for outdoor uses, such as lawn and garden irrigation, on the property where the water was collected. The water cannot be used for drinking water or indoor household purposes.
7/25/09 Peggy G emailed: “Remember my plastic bag email [?]. Well here is one for plastic bottles. I don’t buy bottled water anymore but not sure what to do about the Gatorade and ice tea and other bottled beverages I consume. Tough choices. At least there is recycling available now.”