Daliah Singer is an award-winning writer and editor based in Denver. She was named a Folio: 30 Under 30 in 2016, and a 2015 Livingston Award for Young Journalists finalist for “The Girls Next Door” (April 2014), an exposé on the sex trafficking of minors in Colorado. “Everyday Environmentalists” (December 2014), which she edited, won the 2015 CRMA award for Reader Service. Singer writes about a diverse array of topics, but she is is primarily focused on social justice and travel/outdoors journalism. Her work has also been published in Outside, Alaska Magazine, and the Denver Business Journal.
Colorado’s landscape bursts into a kaleidoscope of color every summer, when more than 3,200 species of wildflowers spring up all over the state. The high elevations hit their budding peaks this month, which means now’s the time to get outside and enjoy the abundance of hues. Here, our guide to where to go, the best ways to get there, and how to identify all those beautiful blooms once you find them.
The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics and the Colorado Tourism Office have released Care for Colorado, a new set of principles designed to encourage both tourists and locals to be better stewards of the outdoors.