Where's the beef? On the park
Signs will be in the air — or at least on the ground — Tuesday that it again is time to slow down and use caution when driving through Beaver Creek Park.
The day after Labor Day is the start of cattle-grazing season, and park Superintendent Chad Edgar said this morning he expects about 3,000 cattle to be grazing in the park during the peak of the season in October.
In the fall grazing, the single largest source of revenue for the county park, ranchers contract to have their animals graze on the park starting the day after Labor Day and, generally, are allowed to keep their cattle on t...