Boulder funds $70K in new research on open space — including impacts of pet waste

Denver Post: Boulder's Open Space & Mountain Parks this year will once again serve as a living laboratory for a varied roster of researchers using its 45,000-plus acres and 147 miles of trails to probe scientific mysteries both exotic and earthy. A new round of grants has been awarded this month through the department's Funded Research Program, and $70,000 in city money is going to be funneled to study everything from the impacts of pet waste on open space land to the potential effects of human recreation......

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