Community News

Karen Crumbaker of the Larimer County CSU Extension office sent the following information to poultry or would-be poultry flock owners. Feeds and Feeding for Small and Backyard Flocks: Thursday, April 19, 1PM to 2PM MDT. Log on to https://extension.zoom.us/j/285425928  for guidance on proper nutrition and selecting the right feed. Also look at including probiotics and prebiotics. ALSO, Small Flock Management - Getting Started: Registration at https://2018wednesdaywebinars.eventbrite.com for...
From Karen Crumbaker:  Colorado State University Larimer County Extension is accepting applications for the upcoming Native Plant Master (NPM) courses.  Are you interested in learning more about the native plants found in Larimer County?  NPM classes focus on identification, ecological relationships, and human use of plants, emphasizing sustainable landscapes and invasive weeds.  Participants will learn to use a botanical key, including learning scientific names and families...
The food was especially good, the turnout super, and many thanks to Brian Werner from Northern Water for the history talk on water development in the American West. We hope you can join us for the next Potluck sometime in the summer (TBA). To receive emails about them in advance, go to the Contact tab and send us your email address. Look forward to seeing you next time! If you have topics you'd like to see covered, let us know!
Waverly Community Board Directors and Officers elected at the November 2017 Annual Meeting and Regular WCB January 2018 meeting respectively are: Letitia Betchel, Chair; Helen Boggs, Secretary; Doug Gudenkauf, Jan Kroeger, Vice Chair/Treasurer; Carolyn Ownby, George Reed, and Ron Splittgerber. The PANCAKE BREAKFAST is scheduled for September 8, and ANNUAL MEETING for November 3, at the Fire Station. If you'd like to add an event, please contact us using the Contact Tab!
This year's Annual Meeting featured great door prizes, "continental breakfast," elections, and a worthwhile presentation by Larimer County "Wasteshed" experts, Steve Gillette and Ron Gilkerson. Many alternatives being considered as lifespan of existing landfill ends in 2024. All Waverly community candidates on election ballot for directors were elected for another year. They are: Letitia Betchel, Helen Boggs, Doug Gudenkauf, Jan Kroeger, Carolyn Ownby, George Reed, and Ron Splittgerber....