Denver Green News (1031 - 1040 of 1826)
The skiing is still good at those Colorado resorts still open. The views to the west from Denver are still of freshly snow-packed mountains. Colorado finally has some moisture. All is good, in other words. Perhaps. If it all melts at once, though, Colorado and other Western states could be in for a world of hurt.
Colorado Sen. Mark Udall, a Democrat, and Rep. Scott Tipton, a Republican, are miles apart on energy and environmental policy, but the two have come together on the issue of determining the future of Colorado National Monument between Grand Junction and Fruita.
Prices for senior state parks passes are going up because of budget cuts.
LAKEWOOD, Colo. â€” Officials say the number of confirmed cases of a fatal horse virus in Colorado has risen to six.
On the arid plains of Colorado, where climate change and a surge in population are rapidly draining existing water supplies, cooperation and innovation may offer new solutions to an old problem: How to slake a thirst as big as the Rocky Mountains.
May 15, 2011 1:37 PMDENVER (AP) â€“ Marijuana advocates racked up big wins in this yearâ€™s session of the Colorado Legislature. Now theyâ€™re turning their sights to a bigger effort â€” full legalization on the 2012 ballot.Pot legalization backers hope to start gathering signatures as soon as this summer to put the question to voters. [...]
Confirmed equine herpes cases in Colorado doubled to six Wednesday, as the outbreak continued to spread across dozens of states.
Some of the best times I've spent in Colorado have been in the backcountry with my mom and siblings, and more recently, with my own kids. That is why I'm concerned to see today's kids spending more time browsing the Internet than exploring nature.
Owners can't bring their horses into Colorado unless they convince state inspectors their animals are free of the equine herpes virus, as concern grows about a rapidly expanding outbreak.
A federal decision on whether to approve a $50 million art installation in a Colorado canyon depends on how it will affect the stateâ€™s 6,900 bighorn sheep.