For three years, the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education has been luring women into the field with mentored programs centered on diversity
Tom Filippini founded three Colorado companies before accepting that his out-of-control drinking was killing him. When he finally got sober, he created Pepper Pong.
A group of Chaffee County residents is battling a geothermal plant under consideration near their subdivision, saying it would be loud, unsafe and ruin their views of Mount Princeton
The agency is calling on wildlife, recreation and conservation communities to rebuild its broken model
Far bigger chunks of pristine public lands would be walled off from extraction, as federal land managers are ordered to consider climate impacts of activities on land spanning Eagle, Mesa and Pitkin counties
Maureen Hearty and Kirsten Stoltz’s big idea for Prairie Sea Projects is to get people thinking about the uncertain future of life in eastern Colorado by embracing the best parts of rural life
Jeff Hammond spends day after day along the Arkansas River, in the cold and the heat and the wind, telling people to put on their life jackets, or making sure they have a permit to camp, or — sometimes — performing rescues like the one in which he pulled a mom, her daughter and their […]
This year’s wheat harvest season has been particularly difficult. And many farmers are saying it’s hard to stay profitable.
Elisha McArthur wants women and girls to feel the power of rowing their own raft
The state reached a record high of $27.7 billion in travel spending and 90 million visitors in 2022, as it continues to feel the “aftershocks” of the pandemic