The flying pest feasts on more than 300 types of plants and returns each year in greater numbers. But not in Palisade.
Climate change is transforming Western forests. And that could have big consequences far beyond wildfires.By Mark Jaffe Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
Gunnison’s farm season has grown by 28 days. The proof is in “Barometer” Bartleson’s weather records.By Nancy Lofholm Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
Opinion: Western states buy time with a 7-year Colorado River drought plan, but face a hotter, drier futureBy Brad Udall Opinion
Acres of destruction left by Colorado’s historic avalanche season are also delivering climate change evidenceBy Joe Purtell Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
The U.S. Drought Monitor released a report Thursday showing that just roughly eight square miles in Colorado -- or 0.01 percent of the state -- is under abnormal dryness. And that might just be from a map-drawing error.