Near the ghost town of Gothic, in northwest Colorado, there’s a meadow that’s been a little warmer than the others around it. Scientists at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory have heated it artificially for 30 years. They call it “The Warming Meadow Experiment.” Put another way: they created their own climate change to see what would happen. Researchers recently turned the heaters off. A member of the meadow team, Stephanie Kivlin is going to help us understand.