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GECKO NOLS scholarship recipients honored at dinner

GECKO NOLS scholarship recipients honored at dinner

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The PREVIEW On Thursday, May 7, GECKO (Giving Every Child Knowledge of the Outdoors) honored its class of 2015 scholarship recipients. The students, their…

Comments sought on reopening gravel pits, expansion

In a public notice giving citizens an opportunity to comment, the Pagosa Ranger District is proposing to re-enter the existing Gordon Creek and Chub Draw gravel pits to provide a…

Audubon Society to feature ‘Spirit Birding’ presentation

Audubon Society to feature ‘Spirit Birding’ presentation

By Becky Herman Special to The PREVIEW On May 20, the Weminuche Audubon Society (WAS) will feature a presentation on “Spirit Birding” by Stacey Couch, who is a certified shamanic…

Local groups take action to revitalize Pagosa’s trails

Local groups take action to revitalize Pagosa’s trails

This spring, a grassroots effort to maintain and expand the mountain biking and hiking trails in Pagosa Springs has been gaining momentum. On April 6, a community discussion about all…

Outside’s Best Towns Competition begins: Is where you live the talk of the town?

By Suzanne Byowitz Special to The SUN Outside Magazine is asking its readers to select the Best Town in America: the kind of place with top-notch restaurants, vibrant farmers’ markets,…

Wildfire preparedness: creating defensible space

By John Gilbert Special to The SUN Every year, close to 75,000 natural and human-caused wildfires occur, affecting nearly 7 million acres in the U.S. From 2000 to 2008, an…

Forest Service to host Migratory Bird Day

By Brandon Caley Special to The SUN The Pagosa Ranger District will celebrate International Migratory Bird Day (IMBD) on Saturday, May 9, by offering a morning bird hike and afternoon…

San Juan Outdoor Club welcomes new members

San Juan Outdoor Club welcomes new members

By Steven Earle Special to The SUN Now that Spring has arrived, the San Juan Outdoor Club is looking forward to hosting another full season of hiking and other exciting…

Fuels reduction project flagged in Turkey Springs area

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN The San Juan National Forest Pagosa Ranger District has flagged the boundaries for a hazardous fuels reduction project in the Turkey Springs and…

Forest Service road openings

The following forest service roads were listed as open as of April 21: • Blanco River — No. 656. • East Fork — No. 667, open until snow. • East…