Hunting advocates are asking the Colorado Supreme Court to reject a 2024 ballot initiative that would ban hunting mountain lions, bobcats and lynx as animal conservation groups file a new initiative
Money siphoned from an escrow account in the Argo Mill project led federal investigators to nine other victims who allegedly lost $10 million to a Virginia title company scheme
Plus: Indictments for women accused of stealing Argo Mill escrow, fur flying over Mad Rabbit plan, CO opposition to Uinta Basin Railway remains robust
Keep It Colorado coalition hopes to conserve 3.3 million acres by 2033, but it needs lawmakers to renew and increase the state tax incentive program
A Utah court’s decision rejecting an appeal by Vail Resorts could finally expose the complicated calculus behind “comfortable carrying capacity,” the secret metric used by all resorts for managing crowds
The Colorado State Land Board does sell trust land, but recent disposals have focused on housing and conservation over maximum revenue. Could a $75 million sale in Wyoming change that?
Colorado’s outdoor recreation economy topped $13.9 billion in 2022 and employed 130,000 workers
New guidance from federal land managers seems to require an inventory and review of all existing bolts and fixed anchors in wilderness areas
Building on the hand-drawn trail map tradition plotted by Bill Brown and Jim Niehues, artist Rad Smith’s version adds 153-acre Hero’s zone on the mountain where he finds “endless inspiration”
Colorado Parks and Wildlife and Chaffee County commissioners help fund removal of the dam that has threatened river runners, fish habitat for nearly 60 years.