Boulderganic

A hazy future

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For decades, residents in Lyons have raised concerns about the cement plant and its quarry located outside of town.  “We’re the closest community to the...

Celebrating the honored dead

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Elaborately painted sugar skulls rest beside photos, flanked by candles, a cross and flowers — an ofrenda, a memorial to the dead, honoring them...

Eurasian watermilfoil fragment found in Boulder Reservoir

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife recently found a new invasive plant in Boulder Reservoir: Eurasian watermilfoil (EWM).  EWM is a highly transmissible invasive aquatic plant that...

Filling gaps in our food system

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Colorado’s Grain Chain highlights community over commodity

Mobilizing the ‘outdoor state’

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A Boulder nonprofit and an innovative solar company join forces to offer clean energy solutions to outdoor enthusiasts

How forest management prevented the NCAR fire from being more destructive

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Wind gusts blew up to 50 miles an hour the day the foothills near NCAR caught fire. Just a quarter-mile away from the flames...

Up Your home grow game

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Master grower Chris Baca shares tips, tricks and hacks for taking cannabis home grows to the next level.

Citizen-science symbiosis

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Butterfly Pavilion continues expanding community science programs

Re-endangering gray wolves

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Wolves aren’t just back in Colorado, they’re recently back on the endangered species list—what does that mean for the state?

Palm oil is the worst—could old bread be the solution?

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The beignets, eclairs and tartelettes at Ludovic Gerboin’s bakery in the small village of Moosinning, Germany, glow in vibrant shades of red, blue, green...

Just an icefield

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The air was thirty-four degrees Fahrenheit, and wind swept across the mountains at thirty miles per hour. A thin layer of snow covered the...

Rancher has radical ideas about water

If Jim Howell, a fourth-generation rancher in Western Colorado, has a guru, he’s Allan Savory, the champion of intensive cattle grazing even on semi-arid...