Showing posts from August, 2008

Willow Creek Picnic Rescheduled for Saturday the 23rd of August

Due to the weather, the Willow Creek community picnic was rescheduled for "Saturday August the 23rd"

(Same Time and Location) 3PM @ Willow Creek Park, near the play Ground. We appologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Why Are So Many Trees Dying in Colorado?

On a recent trip on I-70 to evaluate some land for a client, I was confronted with sad but beautiful image of red forests stretching for miles across the hills. The image of a red "evergreen" contrasting against the green scenery is mesmerizing at first until you take a closer look at red death destroying millions of trees in Colorado.
Beetle epidemics across the western United States are becoming more obvious every season with entire landscapes turning red and brown as trees die. In northwest Colorado the beetle epidemics, triggered by extended drought in aging forests, are intensifying at an alarming rate, and there is little that can be done to stop them. Actions can be taken to protect high value areas such as ski areas, developed campgrounds and trees in people’s yards.
Hastening Death: Pine beetles carry a fungus on their body and legs. Once they enter the tree, the fungus multiplies and spreads. This blue stain fungus blocks the transport of water up the tree’s trunk an…

Willow Creek Community Picnic

The First Annual Willow Creek Picnic

Saturday, August 16th, 2008
3:00 PM @ Willow Creek Park


Please RSVP if you can:

For More information
Call Sarah Beezley 303-738-2226
or email

Event sponsored by Sarah Beezley (Loan Officer) with US Bank & Saber Amine (Realtor) with Homes And People

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