As the big carnivore supervisor for Wyoming Fish and Game, Thompson has gotten to step within a few feet of a wolf after biologists prepared to tranquilize the animal in a trap.
Many communities in the West are growing, and in some places that’s putting pressure on already scarce water supplies. That’s the case in northern Colorado, where a proposed set of reservoirs promises to allow small suburbs to keep getting bigger.
Attorney, professor, brewer and perpetual student of life, Mike King shares his perspective on culture, the environment, social justice, and more.
The Gunnison Valley Climate Action Conference was well attended last Friday. As a winter blizzard bore down on the Gunnison Valley, elected leaders and staff from Gunnison County and all three of its major municipalities took part in an exercise that could result in the county cutting its greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent in 10 years.
The U.S. House voted Thursday morning in favor of a massive public lands bill that aims to protect more than 400,000 acres of public land in Colorado. The House voted 227-182 strictly along party lines, sending the CORE Act to the Senate.