The Colorado Natural Heritage Program will conduct an analysis of a million acres in the Roaring Fork Valley and identify the highest priority areas to protect for wildlife.
The “high-priority” 83-mile trail will encounter highways, rivers and neighbors concerned about limiting the impact on wildlife and the environment as the state pursues a more expansive trail connection
Opposition to the potential trail is strong in the Crystal River Valley, yet surveys of Pitkin County residents show support for it.
Oil and gas drilling on state lands within view of the Chaco Canyon visitor’s center continues to be a significant threat, according to the the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance.
An inviting channel of meandering river has become an Aspen summer playground.
Pitkin County’s rural and remote zone district was adopted in 1994 in large part to preserve the Little Annie area.
Local doctor seeks volunteers who live near gas wells to submit bodily fluids for testing as part of new study.
There are 25 leases in the Thompson Divide area. Seven are held by Ursa Resources and 18 are held by SG Interests.
Powdr’s culture of environmental stewardship has helped the company reduce its carbon footprint by nearly 60 percent in roughly seven years.
Vail Resorts is doing aggressive work on the ground to reduce its energy consumption but is generally soft-spoken about global warming and the company’s role, if any, in fighting it.