Experience Glenwood Canyon in a new way through the Wild I-70 audio tour

Experience Glenwood Canyon in a new way through the Wild I-70 audio tour

Hey There Did you feel that? Probably pretty hard to know But just a minute ago You drove through Colorado’s youngest volcano Those words spill out of Jovan Mays as he launches into “Something New.” He continues at a thoughtful, measured pace...

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Letter from Village at Wolf Creek irks environmental groups

Letter from Village at Wolf Creek irks environmental groups

Developers asked to start building despite federal ruling By: Jonathan Romeo, The Durango Herald June 8, 2018 A coalition of environmental groups opposed to the Village at Wolf Creek say a letter the project’s developers wrote in January is a violation of fe...

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Guest Post: A victory of absense

Colorado Public Lands Day is May 19; support the conservation warriors who keep it public By: Erica Prather, Colorado Independent May 17, 2018 It’s another quiet morning in the Paradox Valley on Colorado’s Western Slope. Dew shimmers on scented sagebrush b...

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Forest Service Declines to Appeal Wolf Creek Decision

By: Erika Brown, Pagosa Daily Post May 14, 2018 The United States Forest Service and Fish and Wildlife Service has declined to appeal an Order issued last May by Senior Judge Richard P. Matsch setting aside decisions approving a land exchange that would provid...

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Wolf Creek appeal declined

From: Alamosa Valley Courier May 12, 2018 DENVER — The United States Forest Service has declined to appeal an order issued last May by Senior Judge Richard P. Matsch nullifying the land exchange that would provide necessary road access for the long-sought V...

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‘Village at Wolf Creek’ developers dealt a blow in long battle

‘Village at Wolf Creek’ developers dealt a blow in long battle

They say they have legal standing to carry out appeals process By: Jonathan Romeo, Durango Herald March 10, 2018 The U.S. Forest Service has decided not to appeal a federal judge’s ruling to nix the controversial Village at Wolf Creek – a significant win f...

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Colorado denies license for Paradox uranium mill

Colorado denies license for Paradox uranium mill

Judge says Piñon Ridge plan threatens environment; company not giving up By: Jim Mimiaga, The Journal April 27, 2018 Colorado has revoked a radioactive materials license for the proposed Piñon Ridge uranium mill near the Dolores River after a court ruling re...

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Draft Environmental Assessment For Potential Oil Drilling Near Colorado Sand Dunes Doesn’t Say Much

Draft Environmental Assessment For Potential Oil Drilling Near Colorado Sand Dunes Doesn’t Say Much

By: Rae Ellen Bichell, KUNC April 10, 2018 The Bureau of Land Management plans to put up more than 20,000 acres of Colorado land for lease by oil and gas drilling companies. Much of that land sits near the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. The burea...

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Out of the Fryingpan and into the Forest

Debate heats up over clear-cutting in White River National Forest By: Josh Schlossberg, Boulder Weekly March 8, 2018 Conservationists are challenging a logging proposal that would clear-cut 1,300 acres in the White River National Forest northeast of Aspen, inc...

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State wildlife officials warn Crestone on drilling impacts to numerous species

Colorado Parks and Wildlife wants construction done on timeline that protects nesting seasons, habitat By: Amelia Arvesen, Boulder Daily Camera January 21, 2018 Should Crestone Peak Resources be allowed to develop minerals under eastern Boulder County, burrowi...

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