The latest edition of Tri-State’s quarterly magazine – Network – is hot off the presses. The spring 2012 edition includes a feature on Colowyo Mine, which was recently acquired by Tri-State as a long-term fuel source for the G&T.
Also featured is a unique energy-efficiency project by Tri-State member Morgan County REA (Fort Morgan, Colo.) that involves $1,000 saved per month for a family-run dairy near Wiggins, Colo. Readers will also learn how sixth graders at a school in Hotchkiss, Colo., took part in a national competition to create a real-life learning experience based on energy. The school is served electrically by Delta-Montrose Electric Association (Montrose, Colo.).
A message on celebrating the cooperative spirit from Ken Anderson, Tri-State’s executive vice president and general manager, and coverage of recent carbon capture activity at Trapper Mine are also included in the current issue. Network magazine is Tri-State’s quarterly publication that tells the stories of the people and communities of the G&T and its 44 member rural electric cooperatives. The current issue of Network magazine, as well as past issues, can be found on Tri-State’s Internet site.