Trees harvested from the 172,000-acre Trinchera Blanca Ranch are cut into 8-to-12-foot lengths before processing into lumber at the Trinchera Blanca Ranch's Blanca Forestry Products sawmill, which was built by the ranch's owner, conversationist Louis Bacon, to help improve forest health on the ranch. (John McEvoy, Special to The Colorado Sun)Blanca Forestry Products, (John McEvoy, Special to The Colorado Sun)

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EPA set to end California’s ability to regulate fuel economy, which could impact Colorado

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