This remarkably warm fall means more abundant waterfall here this winter . . . but rising temperatures are also raising questions about their summer nesting grounds up north. Steve Jones and Ruth Carol Cushman are co-authors of The Peterson’s […]
Radio Book Club – Hampton Sides: In The Kingdom of Ice
This month, Hampton Sides joins us to talk about his new book In The Kingdom of Ice, our first non-fiction Bookclub selection! KGNU is partnering with the Boulder Bookstore for our radio book club. Every month Arsen Kashkashian, head buyer at […]
Booktalk: Historian Richard Rhodes, author of “John James Audubon: The Making of an American”
John James Audubon is best known for his books of 435 life-size drawings of American birds. He came here in the early 1800s from France with a talent for drawing and an abiding interest in birds. He would spend several […]
Americas Latino Eco-Festival: Latinos Outdoors
“It’s a civil rights issue because we want to stress how the outdoors is a question of equity and access.” Jose Gonzalez says public lands should belong to the public which means understanding the social justice and equitable barriers that […]
“Colorado The Beautiful” Initiative
Colorado is well known for its outdoor recreation offerings, but Governor John Hickenlooper wants to take it to the next level – by making it even easier for people to access open space and parks. Over the summer he unveiled […]
Dot Org: Women’s Empowerment Workshop
Women’s Empowerment Workshop reconnects women with feminine wisdom of the wild. Founder Susie Kincade talks with host Nikki Kayser.
Orchids in Colorado
Colorado has many varieties of orchids…growing wild! Hannah Leigh Myers goes on an orchid hunt with one local expert.
July Nature Almanac: Warblers in Long Canyon and Upper Gregory Canyon
The month on the Nature Almanac, Steve Jones spots warblers in Long Canyon and Upper Gregory Canyon in Boulder. Naturalist Stephen Jones is co-author of Wild Boulder County.