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Central Colorado is already experiencing the effects of climate change, and they aren’t pretty. From worsening wildfires to decreasing winter snow, climate change is already here, now.

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• Disfunction Junction–or…

 Why I’m a part of the 350.org effort • I am, like most or all people, many things. (Walt Whitman said something like that….). Some are or were: artist, educator, administrator, parent and grandparent, truck driver, soldier, retired, fisherman, tennis player…and reader. I’ve followed for over 45 years the emerging story of earth’s ecology, its history and prospects. More...

FORUM – post-event Report

350 Central Colorado (350?CC) in partnership with GARNA (Greater Arkansas River Nature Association) and the Central Colorado Humanist Society presented a community Forum: Climate • Energy • Building a Resilient Community on October 11th at the Salida Community Center. Micah Parkin, Executive Director of 350 Colorado acted as Moderator and contributed extended remarks setting the theme and rationale for the Forum in the unexpected absence of Dr. More...

People’s Climate March – Parker’s/ NYC

A shout out to our friends at home, The following are notes we were going to blog .  I am having blog problems so here are the notes as one email.  There will be more photos later.   September 17th – We have driven a couple of thousand miles across America towards our destination of New York City and the Peoples Climate March. More...

Time to Speak Out –

Some thoughts about the ‘Climate • Energy • Resilient Community’ Forum of October 11.  Some may remember that on September 16th we, 350centralcolorado, with the support of GARNA and the Central Colorado Humanists, made a request to the Salida City Council for their participatory support for the Forum. The request was denied. More...