The short answer is: don’t. But if you do, here are some expert tips to minimize your impact and risk.
When a 2022 fire threatened Archuleta County, one fire mitigation project helped protect a neighborhood and a city’s water supply.
Environmental groups sue to overturn Forest Service approval of a road across public land accessing a planned luxury community above Edwards
Colorado Parks and Wildlife commissioners hosted the fifth and final public meeting on wolf reintroduction plan Wednesday, with possible plans to allow the killing of wolves the most controversial topic.
Badly in need of new infrastructure and a new business model, the facility has begun its resurgence with a new mission — to be an “epicenter of reforestation”
The money will go toward clearing trees and underbrush from national forests in 10 western states, including Colorado.
A group of Sweetwater residents tasked with helping the Forest Service and Colorado Parks and Wildlife craft a plan for the first-of-its-kind state park at Sweetwater Lake ask “are you truly listening?”
The U.S. Forest Service will institute an overnight permit and fee system next year as visits to the area near Aspen have quadrupled
ROUTT NATIONAL FOREST — The dirty dishes are stacked neatly next to three bins labeled wash, rinse and sanitize. Rob Savoye rolls up his sleeves and dives in, stacking washed sheet pans and mixing bowls from the Lovin’ Ovens kitchen on a rack built from downed trees. A guitarist sings under a tarp as bakers […]
SWEETWATER — “Don’t look up, OK?” Adrienne Brink is showing off the kitchen of the lodge at Sweetwater Lake Resort. For nearly 40 years she has used the lakeside log cabin with cinder block additions as a headquarters for AJ Brink outfitters, guiding thousands of hunters and horseback riders into the Flat Tops Wilderness. She’s […]