Charlotte’s Web

While Marijuana is decriminalized here in Colorado, the federal government still calls it an illegal drug. The illegality is aimed primarily at its recreational use, for getting a “high,” and concerns that recreational use leads to destructive side effects. But […]

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Cleaning up Colorado’s Rivers

Water recreationists and conservationists are joining forces in Colorado to call for more water to be left in rivers, and cleaner water. Angling plays a huge role in Colorado’s multi-billion dollar tourism industry. Randy Hicks with Rocky Mountain Anglers in […]

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Harry Hempy: Green Party Gubernatorial Candidate

One of the critics of last week’s deal brokered by Governor John Hickenlooper and Congressman Jared Polis to pull the ballot initiatives around oil and gas regulation, is Harry Hempy, the Gubernatorial candidate for the Green Party in Colorado. He […]

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Unstructured play for kids: better for development

Children who spend more time in less-structured activities — from playing outside to reading books to visiting the zoo — are better able to set their own goals and take actions to meet those goals, according to a new study […]

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Four Mile Fire Department: 4 Mile Challenge

The Fourmile Fire Department is made up of 4 staff and about 40 volunteers. They played a crucial role in the Fourmile fire of 2010 and the floods of 2013. They are seeking to build a new firestation – a […]

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Field Guide to Birds of Colorado

Ted Floyd, editor of Birding, the flagship publication of the American Birding Association will be speaking at the Boulder Bookstore on Wednesday, August 13th at 7.30pm and on September 9th at the Tattered Cover on Colfax. He spoke with KGNU’s […]

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Welcome to Jimtown

One of the hardest hit towns in last years flood was Jamestown in the foothills west of Boulder. For the past 4 years, Sylvia Welner has been a part-time resident of the town. She was on the first chinook rescue […]

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