Xcel Energy is investing in high-res cameras that talk to algorithms trained to identify wisps of smoke long before they erupt into wildfire
Housing set aside for bus drivers in an affordable development will shelter families, but for only six weeks. “This isn’t a permanent fix.”
Breckenridge — and soon Summit County — is adopting a “renewable energy mitigation plan” to offset greenhouse gases from outdoor amenities
62% fewer insects were trapped in a pristine meadow near Gothic, a loss correlated with less winter snowfall, less summer rain and warmer temperatures
To top it off, the grocery store will be temporarily closing soon. But thankfully, this is a short-term problem.
The Lowline fire is burning along a ridge at 9,400 feet between Squirrel and Mill creeks in Gunnison County
Crested Butte Mountain Resort ski patrollers were among the first to form a union in the 1970s. Now the ski area’s lift crew is seeking to unionize as part of a resort labor renaissance
Always the earliest blooms in the show, pasqueflowers opened almost a month late this year. And that’s a good thing.
The lift maintenance crew at the Vail Resorts-owned ski area in Mount Crested Butte is the second in the nation to unionize and part of a growing labor movement in the resort industry
Two Crested Butte skiers plan a Red Lady protest ski to stir support for the final round of a decades-long fight to block molybdenum mining on Mount Emmons.