USFS Approves Road to Village at Wolf Creek

USFS Approves Road to Village at Wolf Creek

By: Durango TVMarch 11, 2019 The U.S. Forest Service has approved an road easement to the Village at Wolf Creek based on an EIS that was set aside by a district court two years ago. Watch at Durango TV.

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Judge orders Forest Service to release Village at Wolf Creek documents

Environmental groups say federal agency tried to hide information By: Jonathan Romeo, The Durango HeraldThursday, March 7, 2019 A Freedom of Information Act was filed nearly eight months ago by a coalition of environmental groups to obtain select U.S. Forest S...

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Wildlife crossings could be coming to Colorado mountain highways

By: Evan Kruegel, KDVR Fox NewsMarch 3, 2019 VAIL, Colo. — Plans to construct wildlife over- and underpasses along a large section of Interstate 70 are gaining traction in Colorado’s high country. The goal is to make one of the state’s most d...

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Denver Zoo and Rocky Mountain Wild need your help identifying Colorado wildlife!

Volunteers wanted to identify various species of wildlife caught by remote cameras for the Colorado Corridors Project. By: Becky Talley, Our Community NowMarch 1, 2019 Want to play “I Spy” with Colorado’s wildlife? Get your glasses on, jump online, ...

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Developer gets OK for road on public land near Wolf Creek Ski Area

Developer gets OK for road on public land near Wolf Creek Ski Area

Decision the latest milestone in three-decade battle between the developer and environmentalists. By: Dan Elliott, Associated PressFebruary 27, 2019 The U.S. Forest Service on Wednesday approved construction of a road across public land to reach private proper...

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Forest Service grants Village at Wolf Creek road access

Forest Service grants Village at Wolf Creek road access

By: Jonathan Romeo, The Durango HeraldFebruary 27, 2019 After more than 30 years of legal battles and court proceedings, the proposed Village at Wolf Creek has finally obtained the road access it needs to U.S. Highway 160 to start building. But that doesn’t ...

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Wildlife Over, Underpass Considered For I-70

Growing efforts to add wildlife over and underpasses along a large section of Interstate 70 are gaining steam in the High Country. The goal is to make that stretch of interstate safer for both drivers and animals. According to Rocky Mountain Wild, I-70 is one ...

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Enjoy the Drive

Enjoy the Drive

By: Erica Prather, Elevation OutdoorsJanuary 4, 2019 Download this GPS-triggered app for a detailed audio tour of the natural history of the wilds of…I-70. What if the next time you drove I-70, you could ride with a wildlife biologist and a slam poet to make...

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Pika conservation project goes statewide, needs volunteers

The Front Range Pika Project in Colorado is expanding statewide. The project needs more volunteers to help cover new research sites. From: KUSA January 2, 2019 Colorado researchers want to protect American Pikas, and they need your help to do it. The Denver Z...

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Wildlife crossings planned for I-25 widening to improve animal and driver safety

By: Liz Forester, The Gazette December 29, 2018 As drivers eagerly await the lane expansion in the “Gap” on Interstate 25, so, too, might local and migrating wildlife searching for a safe crossing amid high-speed traffic. “As we create barriers to wildli...

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