Proposition 112 is a statutory ballot measure that, if passed, will establish a 2,500 foot setback between new oil and gas development and occupied structures or other vulnerable areas. Our next Energy Briefing on October 17th, 12:00 PM at the DoubleTree Hotel will feature a point/counterpoint discussion of the merits of this proposal. Presenting…

Yes, we know the leaves are just beginning to turn and we have an entire holiday season to enjoy but planning is already underway for the 2019 Chamber Annual Banquet slated for January 25th! We invite our members to get involved in several ways: Join the Auction Committee and help us make the Chamber’s Auction…

September is national Workforce Month and to celebrate, workforce partners throughout Mesa County will be hosting a Workforce Week. This week will highlight the innovative workforce development programs throughout Mesa County that are the result of the collaborative efforts of the Mesa County Workforce Center, School District 51, the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce,…

As U.S. coal production declines due to the rise of natural gas and alternative energies, the question remains: What will happen to those communities of coal workers? The answer may lie in a derivative of coal called “pitch,” which can be used to produce a carbon-fiber material utilized in items from skis to automobile and…

The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce is currently look for middle and high school students who have a passion for ideas and creativity, for the Young Entrepreneurs Academy, (YEA!). The program is entering its sixth year, after helping over 50 students launch their own businesses. YEA! is a 28-week academic program, meeting from early…

“Mav” up your business for the entire month of October in support of “Mav” Month. Here is how; Decorate your office, restaurant, lobby etc. and be sure to enter into the Community Spirit Contest at www.coloradomesa.edu/homecoming. The CMU Alumni Association is providing spirit kits to help you decorate, so be sure to register for the…

The fall 2018 Energy Briefing Series kicks off August 22nd at Noon with a presentation by Christopher Guith, Senior Vice President at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Energy Institute (Energy Institute). From Sage Grouse to Jordan Cove, many policy decisions “inside the beltway” affect energy development in communities such as Grand Junction. Gain insights…

September is national Workforce Month and to celebrate, workforce partners throughout Mesa County will be hosting a Workforce Week. Kicking off Wednesday, September 5th with the Career Fair at Colorado Mesa University, Workforce Week will highlight the innovative workforce development programs throughout Mesa County that are the result of the collaborative efforts of the Mesa…

Another election? Didn’t we just have one? The answer is YES. However, we have another election day, November 6th, on the horizon with some significant races in the offing that will impact business along with several local and statewide ballot measures. All three of our state legislators and one of our three county commissioners will…

  As U.S. coal production declines due to the rise of natural gas and alternative energies, the question remains: What will happen to those communities of coal workers? The answer may lie in a derivative of coal called “pitch,” which can be used to produce a carbon-fiber material utilized in items from skis to automobile…

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