The Forest Service and their partners have been working on recovery since the fires stopped burning. Their latest project: restoring fish habitats with Trout Unlimited.
Their loss would have catastrophic effects on food supply and human survival, say researchers at CU Denver and Georgia Tech
The 2023 water year was one of the wettest periods in over a century. “It was a season of abundance,” one reservoir manager said.
The rise in orphan wells is being fed by smaller operators who no longer find it economical to operate in Colorado and the continued discovery of old wells, sometimes by developers looking to build houses on former oil and gas sites
One fish, two fish, good fish, crayfish. The rusty version of the species eats everything in sight.
The 2023 program spent more and saved less water than in the past, but officials say there’s more that can be learned about water conservation in the next round.
Late-night vote sets greenhouse gas and other pollutant limits, but also allows 18 major corporations to buy credits or pay into compensation fund
An intractable question is simmering in the Crystal River Valley. Is burning off huge amounts of potent greenhouse gas emissions worth backtracking on 30 years of coal mine restoration?
Volunteers and Denver Urban Gardens turn a neglected city-owned lot into an oasis of edible plants and wildlife habitat
The iron-air battery systems are needed to back up a grid increasingly powered by solar and wind