Losing the West: This Land is our Land

“These guys are the start of the food chain here. Agriculture is vitally important for rural economies.” Losing the West: This Land is Our Land, is a documentary about small ranching and farming exemplified by the story of a lifelong […]

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Deal Protects Most of Roan Plateau …With a Catch

CARBONDALE, Colo. – The Roan Plateau rises more than 3,000 feet above the Colorado River Valley, north of Rifle, and boasts prime wildlife habitat, wilderness characteristics, and rare plant species. It also sits atop an estimated 8.9 trillion cubic feet of […]

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Dot Org: Wild Earth Guardians

WildEarth Guardians protects and restores the wildlife, wild places, wild rivers, and health of the American West. Wildlife Program Director, Bethany Cotton, talks with host Steve Miller about the Wolf Pack Project to reintroduce wolves into Colorado.    

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Connecting The Drops: The Ogallala Aquifer

Most Colorado cities and farms get water from snow melt in the Rockies. Not in Northeastern Colorado. This food producing powerhouse depends on an ancient, underground reservoir called the Ogallala. Ever since the Ice Ages, the Ogallala’s been slowly accumulating water. […]

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Voices of Marchers at UN Climate Summit

The Climate Train arrived in New York City carrying only a small portion of those who took part in the largest climate action in history.  A hundred thousand were expected but hundreds of thousands showed up bringing Mayor de Blasio […]

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Dot Org: Jovial Concepts

On UN International Day of Peace , September 20th, Jovial Concepts will bring their ideals of sustainability and non-violence to the forefront. Kristina Welch,founder and executive director, chats with host Nikki Kayser about their gardens, their work with at risk […]

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2nd Annual America Latino’s Eco Festival

Dr. Paty Romero-Lankao is a climate scientist who is participating in the 2nd annual America Latino’s Eco Festival in Boulder. She talks to Maeve Conran about how Latinos are way ahead of the climate change curve.

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