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Aug 10, 2017

Kirke LLC/Metro Denver Telluride Health Center LLC Voluntarily Recalls Medical Marijuana Due to Pesticide Residues

– A Denver marijuana cultivation business Kirke LLC/Metro Denver Telluride Health Center LLC, doing business as The Hemp Center Colorado Springs and The Hemp Center, is voluntarily recalling all medical marijuana due to the presence of potentially unsafe pesticide residues.

Aug 07, 2017

Community Active Living Coalition to Host Summer Celebration

The Denver Department of Environmental (DEH) Health Community Active Living Coalition (CALC) will host a summer celebration on Aug. 10 from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Jul 27, 2017

Buddies Wellness LLC Voluntarily Recalls Medical Marijuana Due to Powdery Mildew and Mite Contamination

A Denver marijuana businesses, Buddies Wellness LLC, doing business as La Bodega, is voluntarily recalling medical marijuana due to powdery mildew and mite contamination.

Jul 24, 2017

Denver Receives $2.8 Million Grant for Lead Abatement in Low-Income Homes

Denver’s Department of Environmental Health (DEH) was recently awarded $2.8 million to provide lead-based paint mitigation and abatement assistance to 130 low- and moderate-income homes over the next three years.

Jul 24, 2017

Buddies Wellness LLC/La Bodega Voluntarily Recalls Medical Marijuana Products Due to Pesticide Residues

A Denver marijuana businesses, Buddies Wellness LLC doing business as La Bodega, is voluntarily recalling all medical marijuana concentrate products due to the presence of potentially unsafe pesticide residues.

Jul 13, 2017

Homeless Cat Found in Dumpster Finds Furever Home

Less than two months after being rescued from a dumpster in a West Denver neighborhood, Miles — the one-year-old cat that was brought to Denver Animal Shelter on May 30 with severe injuries — has been adopted by a local family.

Jun 29, 2017

Tips for Ensuring a Safe, Enjoyable July 4th for People and Pets

Thousands of Coloradans will be staying out to watch the fireworks light up the sky this July 4. While these firework shows can be fun for many, they are not fun for pets.

Jun 21, 2017

Homeless Kitten Facing Several Surgeries after Being Found in Dumpster

A one-year-old kitten named Miles is recovering from multiple surgeries at the Denver Animal Shelter, after being found in a dumper with severe injuries on May 30th in West Denver

Jun 12, 2017

Sustainable Neighborhoods Program Welcomes Greater Park Hill & Harvey Park

Denver Environmental Health’s Sustainable Neighborhood Program is excited to announce the addition of the Greater Park Hill and Harvey Park neighborhoods to the program.

Jun 09, 2017

Denver Agencies Warn Dog Owners About Dangers of Leaving Pets Unattended in Hot Vehicles

As temperatures across Denver are expected to hit 90 today, Denver Animal Protection and Denver Public Works are teaming up to remind pet owners of the dangers of leaving pets unattended in hot vehicles.

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