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    Ute Mountain Ute Farm: Part 2

    The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe operates a large farm in southwest Colorado. They grow crops such as alfalfa and corn and have more than 600 head of cattle.

    The tribe went through a long process to obtain water rights to operate the farm. But just because the they have the farm and water rights doesn't mean they can use all they want.

    Austin Cope of community radio station KSJD in Cortez reports for the Western Slope Resources Reporting project.
     

    Ute Mountain Ute Farm: Part 1

    The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe operates a large farm and ranch on the parched landscape of their reservation in southwest Colorado.

    Austin Cope of community radio station KSJD in Cortez has the story of how this farm developed and how it gets water in one of the driest parts of the United States.

    The story is part of the Western Slope Resources Reporting project which includes KBUT and other community radio stations in western Colorado.


     

    Sports Barrel - 5/16/18

    Titans Girl's soccer passed their first postseason test and are headed to state championship semi-finals in Denver. Also, Titans Track wrapped up their regular season and are sending thirteen athletes to the state championship in Jefferson County. Teen Titans go!



    Interview: Western State's Sherman Discusses New Outdoor Industry MBA

    WSCU will be the first school in the U.S. to offer an Outdoor Industry Masters of Business Administration. Pete Sherman, Dean of the Business School, spoke with KBUT reporter Christopher Biddle about the new program.

     

    Study Shows SNAP Underutilized in Gunnison County

    The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) connects people in need with food resources. But in Gunnison County, nearly two-thirds of those eligible for the program aren't using it.

    KBUT's Chad Reich spoke with Ellie Agar of Hunger Free Colorado about why some people don't use SNAP..

     

    Sports Barrel - 5/9/18

    Titans Girl's Soccer crushes the regular season and heads into State ranked 4th. Titans Track makes waves at the Blossom Invitational. And the West Elk u19 boys look to recover this weekend in Montrose.






    Brush Creek Public Hearing: Gatesco Says Majority Supports Project.

    The developer for the proposed 'Corner at Brush Creek' says the majority of Gunnison County supports the project, while Friends of Brush Creek say the data is flawed. 

    At the third public hearing for the proposed affordable housing project, Gatesco came armed with a defense against critics, claiming that 75 percent of residents in Gunnison want the project to go forward. Friends of Brush Creek responded by pointing out that mailers sent out as part of the data collection were misleading.





     


     


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