Colorado Open Lands is one of Colorado’s largest non-profit land conservation organizations. They are committed to protecting land and water through conservation easements. Leslie Volker, Director of Communications, talks with host Sean Hedden.
“In 50 years, it is a complete 180 degree change.” -Jeff Shoemaker, Executive Director of The Greenway Foundation In 1965, the South Platte River was a disgusting bit of water running through Denver. It was a place where people would […]
KGNU in Boulder/Denver and KDNK in Carbondale hosted another state-wide call in show as part of the ongoing Connecting the Drops Series. The focus of the show was water conservation. Brent Gardner-Smith of Aspen Journalism was the host at KDNK […]
“When I decided to serve my country, when I swore that oath, I had the potential of the entire United States in mind….I continue to serve my country now by defending the lands that I love.” Garett Reppenhagen is the […]
It’s been said that “you can know the color of fashion’s next season by the color of rivers in China.” Fifty percent of global textile manufacturing in the world happens there and packs a mighty punch in terms of water […]
Gary Wockner directs two river protection organizations. One is Save the Poudre which protects the Cache la Poudre River of northern Colorado, and the second is Save the Colorado which works to protect the Colorado River from the source here […]