Anyone who lives or visits our area knows that John Wayne’s True Grit was made here. But that’s just the beginning….
These dead trees are not only unsightly and a significant fire hazard, they cause an extreme risk to any property they might fall on.
We can continue to reduce our consumption locally by meeting our electric needs more efficiently.
While it is easy to measure how much water is in reservoirs, it is much less clear how much groundwater remains in the region’s aquifers.
We are not necessarily immune to the shocking increase in mortality hitting our forests.
None of the eight natural basins has discovered a big pool of unused water to resolve the metropolitan gap.
Former KOTO Executive Director Beth Lamberson Warren says Ride organizers did not get “authorization by the artists, their management and in some cases whoever holds their publishing rights,” making it impossible for KOTO to live broadcast the festival.
Personally committing to recycle all possible products is a very important step, but recycling is an energy-intensive process.
KOTO has suffered through a period of division and discord. It’s time to get back on track and return to being the glue that helps hold this community together.
Fraser highlights Telluride’s progress over the past six months.
Ever wonder where your recycling goes?
The power generated by Ridgway Dam will vary seasonally, with peak generation coinciding with large summer releases of water to downstream irrigators.