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Parks and trails progress update

By Larry Lynch| Special to The SUN There has been good progress this summer on parks and trails in Pagosa Lakes. The newest segment of the hard surface multi-purpose trail…

Trespassing case near Granby prompts warnings from CPW to respect private land

By Mike Porras Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) cautions hunters to respect private land and avoid trespassing after a Grand County judge ordered Robert Johnson, 55,…

Final approval obtained for county to sell 88 acres

Months after the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners voted to sell just over 88 acres of county-owned property along U.S. 84 to Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW), the last…

CPW draft strategic plan now available for public review

By Matt Robbins Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) announces the draft 2015 Colorado Parks and Wildlife Strategic Plan is available for public review. The draft plan…

Saturday events: Devil Mountain Ultra, Demons of Dust and Retro Metro Kids fun run

Saturday events: Devil Mountain Ultra, Demons of Dust and Retro Metro Kids fun run

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN For most of us, Saturday, Aug. 22, will be like any other day, but for about 100 ultra runners from around the…

Forest Service to offer ‘For the Love of Mushrooms’ walk

By Brandon Caley Special to The SUN One of the many benefits of summer rains in Pagosa Country is the emergence of a wide variety of mushrooms in the San…

‘Predator vs. Prey’ focus of Family Walks in the Woods program

By Brandon Caley Special to The SUN Join Donovan and Jill Porterfield for some fun family outdoor adventures for the last time this summer with the Pagosa Ranger District’s Family…

Grass seed available for landowners

By Cynthia Purcell Special to The PREVIEW The San Juan Conservation District is offering local landowners the opportunity to purchase a variety of seed mixtures for different conservation uses, such…

Colorado River states embark on innovative water savings program

By Todd Hartman Special to The SUN The states of Wyoming, Colorado, Utah and New Mexico have embarked on a unique test program to shore up declining reservoir levels if…

Environmental Impact Statement released for Chimney Rock project

According to a press release from the U.S. Forest Service, the final Chimney Rock National Monument Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Management Plan has been released, and contains proposed actions…