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Photo credit:Â Â© Sam Cox, www.landscapeimagery.com Vermillion BasinÂ is a wild, undisturbed landscape inÂ the northwest corner of Colorado, managed byÂ the U.S. Bureau of Land Management on behalf of its owners -- the American people.Â Vermillion Basin provides habitat for some of North...
Wednesday's move by the Bureau of Land Management to proceed with more oil shale leases for Exxon Mobil and two other companies conjured up memories for some of the "Black Sunday" bust of May 2, 1982, when Exxon laid off 2,200 oil shale workers on Colorado's Western Slope.
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. Ã¢Â€Â” Rocky Mountain Arsenal, where nerve gas, chemical weapons and then pesticides once were made, is marking the end of years of...
Nominations for three more leases of federal land in Colorado and Utah for oil shale research are advancing for more review, the Bureau of Land Management said Wednesday.
Things are looking up for the iconic tree of the West. Recent research shows sudden aspen decline is on the wane. Some areas where the trees have died, though, may never see aspens again.
A roundup of wild horses began Monday in northwestern Colorado over the objections of animal advocacy groups.
Helicopters began rounding up wild horses Monday in northwestern Colorado over the objections of animal advocacy groups.
There are many environmental issues that need addressing. But with the federal and state governments moving at their usual pace, cities are getting fed up...
GREELEY, Colo. â€” The spreading fungus that attacks and kills hibernating bats â€” now on Colorado's doorstep â€” is expected to trigger an explosion of flies, beetles, moths and mosquitoes.
They're probably not exciting to most voters, but three measures on the November ballot will ask Coloradans about bingo, cattle-grazing and how to govern the state in a disaster.