Lori Peek spent years researching case studies ranging from Hurricane Katrina to Lyons flooding for a new guidebook.
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The D, F, H and L lines will all be closed Sept. 14-24 for rail line replacements.
The lawsuit was filed before the Forest Service has completed its own official investigation into the fire's cause. It claims that train management was “careless."
Drought has severely affected reservoir levels in Colorado and water supply is well below normal in almost all of the state’s major basins.
A species of trout thought to be extinct was found and rescued.
Permits are “part of a big effort to grapple with the stewardship challenges” at one the state’s hottest outdoor spots.
Some companies are even posting record revenue numbers. They attribute the good fortune to water-saving programs and experience.
“If storage in Lake Powell cannot rebound in an era where the Upper Basin consumes less than two-thirds of its legal apportionment, then the crisis is already real.”
One of Steamboat’s tourism attractions is closed to commercial and public activity because of drastically low water levels.
After nearly a decade of planning and work to complete, the Dixon Trail will finally be opening soon.
About 30 percent of the Little Book Cliffs herd will be trapped by the BLM to minimize overgrazing.
A U.S. judge ruled that federal wildlife officials had illegally denied protections for the bird in 2015.
A decision about whether to move the BLM and where isn’t expected for many months.
The Grand Mesa Observatory perches on the edge of the world's largest mesa and peers into the cosmos.