The Community Snow Observations project is recruiting adventurers to measure the depth of powder in remote areas. The initiative could provide more accurate information about spring runoff and help us better understand climate change.
It’s likely that this native mammal, which was brought back from the brink of extinction just four decades ago, is highly susceptible to the novel coronavirus. And with only 250 of the species in captivity, scientists developed a vaccine to protect them.
Forests are dry and firefighters face perilous conditions due to COVID-19. As we look toward the long weekend, it’s more important than ever to heed fire restrictions and think twice about putting smoke in the air.
In 2017, the city rolled out its Denver Composts program to all single-family residences in hopes to reduce the waste sent to landfills. But as of last month, less than 13 percent of eligible households are enrolled. Will officials be able to close the gap?
Recent studies show that current agricultural methods are fanning the flames of climate change, but Colorado’s next generation of farmers are thinking—and planning—outside the box with techniques like permaculture.
A prescribed fire on the Ben Delatour Scout Ranch jumped its boundary on Wednesday, prompting evacuations in a nearby neighborhood. Though the Elk fire is small, it’s an unfortunate turn of events for proponents of controlled burning.