Buying in a Covenant-Controlled Community
Many subdivisions are covenant-controlled with limits on the use of property. Once you buy in a controlled community, you automatically become a member of the homeowners’ association and must abide by the covenants. Compliance with the covenants is mandatory. Covenants detail each owner’s property rights, the conditions on the use of property and the rights and obligations in the community association. Bylaws establish rules for the operation of the association through officers, a board of directors, committees and membership meetings.Read more: Covenant Controlled Communities
To us it’s liquid gold, for many reasons...
By Susie Masterson
We need it to live; our livestock and crops need it too. We use the water for play. Whether we are powder hounds, river rats or sailing junkies, it’s all about water. We all love it, we all want it, we all need to protect it.Read more: The Truth About Our Water
Finding New Life in our Dead Trees
With the 90 percent death rate of our trees because of the mountain pine beetle, our landscape has been forever changed. However, new uses from this new vast source of wood have created several business opportunities. One is heating pellets. Another is beautiful furniture that displays the very cause of the trees’ demise.Read more: Pine Beetle to Furniture