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Internet-based hunter ed course offered

By Don Volger Special to The SUN The Internet-based hunter education course requires successful completion of an approved online curriculum plus four hours of classroom time, not including the test…

Spring hunter education classes scheduled

By Don Volger Special to The SUN If you were born on or after Jan. 1, 1949, you are required to have a hunter safety card before you can purchase…

National Wild Turkey Federation to hold banquet

By Bob Curvey Special to The SUN The San Juan Gobblers chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) will be hosting its 17th annual conservation banquet in Pagosa Springs…

Lecture series: ‘Navajo Lake — Rock Art and the Dine Culture’

Lecture series: ‘Navajo Lake — Rock Art and the Dine Culture’

By Nadia Werby Special to The PREVIEW Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) is proud to present a special presentation on “Navajo Lake — Rock Art and the Dine Culture” by…

Chimney Rock National Monument prescribed burns a success

Staff Writer The U.S. Forest Service Pagosa Ranger District completed two days of prescribed burning within Chimney Rock National Monument last week. Ignition and burning took place Tuesday, Jan. 28,…

Fee-free weekend at Aztec Ruins National Monument

By Cyresa K. Bloom Special to The PREVIEW Aztec Ruins National Monument and 400 more national parks across the country will waive entrance fees throughout the weekend of Feb. 15…

Catch limits removed at Beaver Creek Reservoir

Staff Writer A public fish salvage at Beaver Creek Reservoir near South Fork began last Saturday, Feb. 1. Beaver Creek Reservoir occupies 114 acres of a 2,000-acre state wildlife area…

Handouts harm, don’t help, wildlife

By Abbie Walls Special to The SUN Winter is here and that means animals will have to search a little harder for food. Colorado Parks and Wildlife wants to remind…

Public input sought for Colorado’s Outdoor Recreation Plan

By Jennifer Churchill Special to The SUN The 2014 Colorado Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP), the blueprint for sustaining Colorado’s outdoors heritage, is being released for public comment. Outdoor…

USFS civil rights compliance review results released

Staff Writer The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights (OASCR) has produced a report outlining the noncompliance with federal civil rights requirements and United States Department of Agriculture…