New Video : Saving The Critical South Boulder Wetlands

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16 Responses to New Video : Saving The Critical South Boulder Wetlands

  1. Jeff L. says:

    Apparently the Joni Mitchell track has caused Google to flag your video (on behalf of Warner Music Group) so it only plays on YouTube and not embedded in your site.

  2. mat says:

    I never realized just how much you sound like a hippy there Tony…. ;p

    btw, youtube blocks vids with copyrighted music quickly. Not sure why anyone would want to copyright that, but lawyers never miss much is the screwing things up department..

  3. Andy says:

    Very good song to go with it.

    Rather than AGW in the long run, need to think more of man’s impact of biodiversity in the short run.

    Thanks for posting


  4. RAH says:

    This is off topic but thought you might like to know. If I remember correctly your planning on heading up to the area we were at to view the coming solar eclipse. They are all ready in full hype mode for the event up there. They already have cheap paper and plastic glasses for direct viewing of the eclipse on sale in the many shops.

    I assume your planning on taking photos of the event. Was wondering what provisions your making for doing so? Are you going up to the top of Jackson Hole or one of the other peaks in the area for the viewing? If so go early because I’m sure that whole area is going to be mobbed at that time.

  5. Timo Soren says:

    TO TOny: Have you posted a map of what area they/you are wanting/talking about?

    And if there is wetlands there HOW would even the mild EPA regs allow destroying them?

    • just a thought says:

      “HOW would even the mild EPA regs allow destroying them?” – Timo Soren

      Two words for you, Timo – FELLOW TRAVELERS.

  6. R. de Haan says:

    Great video presentation, great comments. Absolutely no problems watching the video in Firefox or Safari. I am confident you’re going to win this fight. The University could consider to expand skywards and under ground. Same for student accomodation. It could help to find an architect who is willing to make a design based on the expansion plans, preferbaly within the current footprint of the University. That could help to ease the decission making process. Just trying to think out of the box. And maybe someone could activate the students. Anyhow, I wish you all the best.

  7. James Keil says:

    What is overlooked is the city of Boulder partnering with the University of Colorado to change the land use designation to annex the land. The area falls under wetlands protection under a Boulder ordinance. CU as state entity is not restricted by any Boulder ordinance to develop property. The biggest example is the construction of Williams Village dorms that goes way over Boulder’s height restrictions for buildings.
    Here is a good take on this:

  8. Bill S says:

    Boulder is one of the things the greenies got right (I am a Wyoming native – I get to call them greenies. i.e. Back in 1984, we all wanted to move to Fort Collins to get away from the wind. Colorado was green!). Keep up the fight sir – I hope you prevail.

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