November 23, 2021
We are deeply grateful to Erin Brockovich and her executive editor Suzanne Boothby for acknowledging and lending credibility to our struggle here in Boulder County.
Please check back as I update this website to reflect the ongoing fight against the land application of sewage sludge.
In 1994 Boulder County paid $169,000 of a new Open Space tax for a perpetual conservation easement on Rainbow Nursery.
In 2018 the County paid $985,00 for the property and declared that the conservation easement had simply ceased to exist.
We demand recognition of the conservation easement, return of our open space, and accountability in our government.
We demand that Boulder County use reason, science, and public accountability in its fight against the climate crisis, not slogans and the pursuit of national status.
It is time to reclaim our county.
This is Rainbow Nursery Open Space
5762 North 107th Street
This was Boulder County's plan for it
Boulder County used Open Space funds to buy Rainbow Nursery, a 40-acre former tree farm under a conservation easement, voided the conservation easement, and plans to build a Class III composting facility on it. Blindsided, local residents scrambled to prevent this disaster from happening.
What we discovered was misconduct and incompetence on a breathtaking scale.