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Forest Service to offer ‘For the Love of Mushrooms’ walk on Aug. 29

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…

Forest Explorer offered program at Coyote Hill

By Brandon Caley Special to The SUN Are you interested in exploring the outdoors? Come take advantage of the Forest Explorer program at Coyote Hill on Aug. 31. The full…

Now’s the time to protect your hay from winter wildlife damage

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN Anyone who relies on hay to feed livestock during the winter should start planning now to protect that valuable crop from…

Pagosa Nordic Club prepares for winter

By James Dickhoff Special to The SUN I hope you all are enjoying the final days of summer as we head into the fall season with snowflakes on the horizon.…

Fencing removal project benefits wildlife

Fencing removal project benefits wildlife

By Al Pfister Special to The SUN The Weminuche Audubon Society (WAS) is working with the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) on a fence removal project to eliminate hazards for wildlife…

Nature arts and crafts and solar eclipse activities planned at Navajo State Park

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN Navajo State Park invites the public to special programs this weekend. Nature arts and crafts will be taking place on Saturday,…

Participate in preserving the past for the future: Raffle for the Rocks

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN Chimney Rock National Monument (CRNM) is a sacred place, a celestial observatory and a natural, seasonal calendar that marked the equinox for the…

Prescribed burns planned for Turkey Springs/Brockover Mesa area

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN The Pagosa Ranger District is planning to burn approximately 1,000-1,500 acres in the Turkey Springs/Brockover Mesa area northwest of Pagosa Springs. The full…

USFS turns lightning strike fire into controlled burn

On Aug. 9 and over the course of the week, the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) took advantage of a fire that was caused by a lightning strike by turning it…

Award-winning Creeper Jeepers Gang to work on Elwood Pass

By Patti Brady Special to The SUN The Adopt-A-Road program with San Juan Mountains Association/San Juan National Forest/BLM began in the year 2000. Joining the program at that time were…