I got my Bachelor's in Land Use Planning/GIS from Metro State, under the Environmental Science department, and I think it was a pretty good program. You and I are a little opposite, as I'm in the commercial HVAC controls field and do a lot of new construction, including managing my projects, and have never used my degree. Definitely worth looking into, plus it's a lot more affordable than CU or CSU.
We have an environmental engineering degree at Colorado School of Mines. It is actually a quickly growing field, and we have some pretty good teachers at the school in that field from what I hear. I had one environmental class with one professor with a ton of experience in the field, overseas. Look into it!
Well looks like the site that I have all my photos on has decided to get greedy and won't display my linked pics on this forum anymore unless I "upgrade" my service. This upgrade is the super premo service and they want $400/year.
Looks like I will be exploring other options.
I will be...
Yesterday we lost a great soul. Molly was friend to many of us here and she was one of the OG cottora people.
Off reading in Colorado would not have been as great had it not have been for her and Troy and the Wonderful H.O.W.'s and the many other events.
We will miss you Molly!
Winter is coming and i know lost of guys will be tearing in to projects...This thread is to post up what you did today or over the weekend. Pics are optional.
I put in electric fans, 2 speed relays for regular temps high and low and one switched for A/C. Set it up to add a stock V6 fan that...