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November 2022

November 2022

As we become more aware ofthe effects of smoke on humans, especially children and kids with respiratory illnesses,it becomes more important to start paying attention to indoor air quality in the classroom – and other public buildings.Here’s what we’ve been up to:Read...

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December 2021 Newsletter

December 2021 Newsletter

Despite these pandemic times, we’vebeen diligently pursuing our missionto research and reduce air pollutionand promote improvement of air quality in Mesa County and the WesternSlope…Here’s what we’ve been up to: Read More >>

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March 2021 Newsletter

March 2021 Newsletter

Over the past several years the subject of using biochar as an alternative to agricultural burning has come up. Field and tree limb burning in the Grand Valley seems to be a time-honored practice, and there-in lies the challenge. According to the American Lung...

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December 2020 Newsletter

December 2020 Newsletter

CCA would like to thank all of you who contributed in many ways this past year to create a healthier community, despite the obvious challenges. We invite you to continue the work with us into the new year. But first, a quick review of what we accomplished together:...

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October 2020 Newsletter

October 2020 Newsletter

CCA contacted local and state candidates with questions about air quality issues, making every effort to include all candidates, regardless of party affiliation. Thank you to those who participated! Following is a sampling of their responses. Read full newsletter...

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