Growing Up Boulder’s vision is to lead a global movement in child-friendly cities, resulting in more equitable and sustainable communities for all. Growing Up Boulder’s mission is to offer young people opportunities to participate, deliberate, and influence local issues that […]
More than 500 Boulderites tubed down Boulder Creek this morning for the 14th annual Tube To Work Day. Some dressed in business suits, others in hotdog costumes, gathered at Eben G. Fine Park with tubes under their arms just after […]
Prior appropriation is the water law in the West that determines how water is divided among users. The problem is most of Colorado’s water goes to agriculture and what’s left is becoming hard to find. Stephanie Maltarich of KBUT reports. […]
Colorado Open Space Alliance is a statewide organization of publicly funded local and regional open space programs, working cooperatively to share information, create public awareness and foster partnerships needed to protect and preserve the special places of Colorado.
Boulder is one of many cities across the US experiencing a lifeguard shortage. While this may seem minor to those with access to private pools, for low-income families and families of color, it means more children and adults will never […]
Feminist Data Set is a multi-year project that interrogates every step of the AI process that includes data collection, data labeling, data training, selecting an algorithm to use, the algorithmic model, and then designing how the model is then placed […]
In 90-degree heat, hundreds of protesters came out Saturday morning to support Denver’s student-organized March For Our Lives Rally. One speaker, Rhiannon Danborn, a 16-year-old high school student from Arvada West High, shared what it was like growing up in […]