Paonia Tree Board

Kate Redmond

A comprehensive report on the health of Paonia's trees is set to be made public. KVNF's Kate Redmond speaks to Paula Martin and John Valentine of Paonia's Tree Board to learn more. 

Kate Redmond

  • Colorado GOP elects new chair, anti-abortion activist Kristi Burton Brown
  • 3 Montrose County students (Anthony Ball, Eliram Reyes-Powell, Aubree Hamlin) selected for Daniels Scholarship
  • Montrose Rec Center installs 11 industrial ionizing fans
  • Kate Redmond speaks to Paonia Tree Board members about a new report on the health of the town's trees

  

Kate Redmond

  • Planet Bluegrass announces plans for this year's Telluride Bluegrass Festival
  • Delta County Sheriff's Department eyes takeover of historic Delta Library building
  • Colorado lawmakers approve bill to spend tens of millions more on wildfire preparedness
  • Water scarcity in the Colorado River Basin causes some states to rethink water law
  • Law scholars argue for Indigenous knowledge to be admissible as court testimony
  • KVNF's Kate Redmond speaks to Mayor Mary Bachran about tree removal in Paonia

  

Kate Redmond

On Wednesday, March 3rd, children and parents gathered to attempt to prevent the Town of Paonia from eliminating a seventy-foot elm tree. This re-energized the debate on tree removal in town. KVNF's Kate Redmond speaks with Mayor Mary Bachran about the issue.