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13,000-acre thin and burn proposed

Staff Writer The Columbine Ranger District is proposing thinning and using a prescribed burn across 13,646 acres in the HD Mountains west of Bayfield, including the Sauls Creek, Armstrong Canyon…

Snowpack: second-lowest level in state

Staff Writer A summation of the final snowpack numbers for the season was presented by Joe Crabb with the Colorado Division of Water Resources (DWR) to the San Juan Water…

Fire mitigation rebate program

Staff Writer FireWise of Southwest Colorado is offering a Chipper Rental Rebate Program to encourage residents to get serious about wildfire mitigation around their homes. The program, running now through…

USFS seeks input on new snowmobile regs

Staff Writer The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) announced Friday that it is seeking public comment on proposed revisions to the Travel Management Rule that would directly impact over-snow vehicle use,…

Ranger district offers free interpretive programs

By Brandon Caley Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Ranger District is announcing free programs  through June 28. Walks and Talks take place in and around the San Juan National…

Public input meeting on catch-and-release proposal

Staff Writer A proposal to designate the San Juan River as a catch-and-release fishery for the section that flows through downtown Pagosa Springs will be the topic of a public…

Pagosa Compost project seeking volunteers

By Melissa McDonald Special to The SUN The recently formed Pagosa Compost committee has set up a successful composting operation behind the county Extension building. They began with food scrap…

Park offers beginning archery classes for kids

By Joe Lewandowski Special to The SUN Navajo State Park will hold beginning archery classes for kids, ages 6-12, from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 22, at the…

Local species listed as endangered

Staff Writer The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officially determined Monday that the New Mexico meadow jumping mouse is in danger of going extinct, granting it protection under the Endangered…

Mulch your garden, support your community

By Aaron Kimple Special to The SUN Temperatures are up, streams are running and plants are starting to leaf out. You have begun to dress up the yard for the…