Curlycup Gumweed is a native, biennial (two year) plant. It can grow one to two feet tall. Curlycup Gumweed can accumulate selenium and become toxic to livestock. However, it is seldom consumed because of the sticky resinous coating. An extract from the leaves and buds is used in today’s medicine to treat whooping cough and asthma. For more information on plants, go to www.weldweeds.org.
This morning, Life Stories Child & Family Advocacy held a groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of their new building. We
We get to see some of the most beautiful sunsets in Weld County. Photo was taken by Deputy Rexroad and
WELD COUNTY – ROAD MAINTENANCE, CONSTRUCTION AND RECLAMATION CLOSURUES: CR 27 from CR 74 to CR 76 7/17/2018 thru 7/20/2018