Permits are “part of a big effort to grapple with the stewardship challenges” at one the state’s hottest outdoor spots.
The Forest Service is exploring ways to welcome visitors to the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, while at the same time preventing damage to popular areas.
Boyd Norton says photography is good way to preserve the world’s wild places.
Cat Bigney spent months living like our ancestors did millions of years ago for a new reality TV show.
Doug Hill of Lafayette founded Gone Feral. His short, short movie "Old Skill, New Use," screens this weekend at the Environmental Film Festival.
The author learned lessons about grieving as he made his way from one wild haunt to another, finally coming to terms with the notion that “the grief journey unfolds at its own pace."
The Morrison-based painter says his demanding methods mean he captures "views rarely seen and probably never painted."
It’s been a rough few months for Interior Secretary Ken Salazar.