Colorado’s mountains are therapy for some and inspiration for others, like the band Grant Farm. They’ve partnered with us and many others in an effort to protect the spectacular lands, historical sites, and recreation opportunities along the Continental Divide. Watch why they want to preserve this incredible place for future generations to enjoy.
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Elephant Revival, a local Colorado band, added its name to the long list of supporters who want to protect Colorado’s Continental Divide. Watch as 5th Generation Coloradoan and fiddler extraordinaire Bridget Law talks about why she wants to protect Colorado’s Continental Divide. Once you’re done, please don’t forget to sign the petition asking Congress to
One of the primary reasons I moved to Colorado was for the access to the state’s vast network of public lands. Presumably I’m not alone, and thousands of others live in Colorado for this same reason. In fact, a recent Colorado College report found, 84 percent of those surveyed choose to live in this region
It’s no coincidence that the Colorado National Forest Wilderness Act passed three days before Christmas 35 years ago. On Dec. 22, 1980, Colorado and the citizens of our great country gained 1.4 million acres of wilderness, including the 122,396-acre Holy Cross Wilderness. Located in between the recreation hubs of Aspen, Vail, and Breckenridge, our Holy
I appreciate that you are publishing articles on preserving fragile and diverse ecosystems and actions that are being taken — I believe it is important to acknowledge the connections bet ween humans, wildlife and the environment. Proposed bills, like that of Sen. (Michael) Bennet, are essential to the global environment; we need to continue to
Aldo Leopold and Olaus Murie – 1946 “When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.” – Aldo Leopold, A Sand County Almanac Monday, January 11th marks Aldo Leopold’s birthday – one of the most significant and early leaders in the wilderness movement.
Guest post by Josh Lautenberg September is National Wilderness Month, a chance to celebrate and revel in our nation’s wild places. But when you live in Colorado, it’s hard to dedicate just one month to our great outdoors. This Centennial State is blessed with an abundance of natural treasures like towering mountains, wildflower-filled meadows, and