Brett LeCompte describes his solo 1,400-mile backpacking trek through the Four Corners area. He begins his four-month-long introspective journey at the bottom of the Grand Canyon and follows a circular path through desert terrain, canyons, and exquisite mountain scenery. He shares his close calls such as running out of water, illness caused by tainted water, and uncertainty as to whether he can escape after encountering multiple canyon dead-ends.
Announcing a new seminar series on agriculture at Mancos Public Library
First in the series, “Grazing: Maximizing Forage Yields for Today and Tomorrow”
When: Wednesday, Feb. 22, 7 p.m.
Presenters Dustin Stein and Heather Musclow will address grazing on both private and public lands. Stein will discuss how to balance the needs for land productivity, animal performance, and financial returns. Musclow will focus on allotments and permits for grazing on public lands.
Thursday, February 9, 6:30-7:30 pm: Intermediate Microsoft Word. Adult computer class covering how to use tables and lists to tame your content. Class size is limited. Please sign up in-person at the library or call 970-533-7600.
Thursday, February 23, 6:30-7:30 p.m.: Introduction to PowerPoint. Get up and running with the basics of making a slideshow for your next presentation and how to use PowerPoint as a photo editor. Class size is limited. Please sign up in-person at the library or call 970-533-7600.