Probably through July you might not have to get on a plane — or drive for dozens of hours — to get to sand, water and waves. Just head to Southern Colorado.
San Luis Valley
The Colorado Preservation organization is lending resources to sites threatened by weather, abandonment or development.
A new book focuses on the work of visual artist and musician Roy L. Smith, known to many as “Ramblin’ Roy.”
The new owner of the ranch, the son of a Texas oil billionaire, had sought to restrict who could use the land. But the appeals court ruled against him.
The open skies and arid landscapes were captured by adventure film director and conservation photographer Andy Mann, along with filmmakers Keith Ladzinski and Chris Alstrin.
The ranch's new owner says too many people have access. Local residents vow to fight the case as long as they can.
The San Luis Valley is writing another chapter in what’s been called the longest-running civil legal dispute in the state, dating to a lawsuit filed in 1981.
Rounded stones shaped like French baguettes have baffled scientists since they were discovered near the Great Sand Dunes. Now, there may be an answer.
Rather than the old Western yarn of “water is for fighting,” can a focus on historical conservation cooperation teach us anything?
A tornado touched down briefly near the Weston Pass Fire, and the Lake Christine Fire in Basalt continued to grow.