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Parks and Wildlife Commission sets 2013 big game regulations

By Randy Hampton Special to The SUN The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission finalized 2013 big-game hunting regulations at its meeting on Jan. 10 and 11. The largest change in…

New year’s projects in the San Juan National Forest

Staff Writer The Pagosa Ranger District is continuing to work on various projects in the San Juan National Forest as the new year kicks off. Pagosa District Ranger Kevin Khung,…

Grants for fishing, shooting, boating projects in Colorado

By Randy Hampton Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife is accepting applications from individuals, organizations and local governments to distribute up to $1.7 million for outdoor recreation activities…

Landowners can order trees and shrubs

By Cynthia Purcell Special to The SUN The San Juan Conservation District is taking orders for seedling trees and shrubs to be planted especially for conservation planting, shelter belts, reforestation…

Trails groomed, ready for snowmobilers, skiers

Trails groomed, ready for snowmobilers, skiers

Staff Writer Winter has set in, and many Pagosans and visitors have taken to the slopes. However, not everyone prefers chairlifts at a designated ski area. Some don’t desire the…

Pagosa Youth Archery Program offers four classes

By Jeff Dysinger Special to The SUN Pagosa Youth Archery Program is now in its third year. Since its inception, the class has had over 70 youth participate, and currently…

SJMA seeks membership approval of candidates

By Susan Bryson Special to The SUN San Juan Mountains Association is seeking membership approval of the following candidates to serve as directors on the SJMA Board in 2013:  Ben…

Warehouse stores seed for Western Slope

To aid in the restoration of wild landscapes on the Western Slope, Colorado Parks and Wildlife recently completed construction of a specialized warehouse where seeds of native plants will be…

Colorado Parks and Wildlife offers ice safety tips

At many higher elevations, ice has started to cover the reservoirs, rivers and ponds, attracting visitors to ice fish, ice skate, ice sail and enjoy other winter activities outdoors. The…

Winter forces forest road closures

Staff Writer With last weekend’s dumping of snow, winter has officially begun in Pagosa Country and, with it, winter driving conditions and restrictions in the forest have taken center stage.…