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Jason Blevins
Position: The Colorado Sun

As land, water prices increase, record number of Coloradans are pursuing conservation easements

New law offers landowners tax credits worth 90% the value of their property

An attempt to ban mountain lion hunting thrills animal activists, troubles hunters

In last decade, Colorado hunters have killed an average of 469 cougars per year

Report reveals pipeline of stolen Colorado bikes ending up in Mexico

Owner of shop denies involvement in trafficking stolen bicycles

A new plan for Colorado’s Cuchara Mountain, but this time it’s not about skiing and condos

Florida entrepreneurs want to develop an adventure hub at long-dormant ski area

Grand Junction chairlift maker is busier than ever

Boom a sign that ski resorts are doing well and expect trend to continue

Epic crowds collide with labor shortages at ski areas

A record number of pass holders arrive at Vail Resorts, but a critical labor shortage and quarantined workers has delayed terrain openings and cut services

Colorado Gators started as a natural garbage disposal. Now it’s a tourist attraction

Jay Young’s San Luis Valley oasis offers tourists close-up encounters with gators, snakes, turtles and lizards

Family of Colorado avalanche victim drops one lawsuit, targets maker of air bag

Peter Marshall was killed in a January 2019 avalanche while taking a class near Red Mountain Pass

Geographic naming board agrees to scrape offensive name from Chaffee County gulch

Board recommends renaming derogatory Chinaman Gulch as Yan Sing Gulch, which translates to ‘resilience’ in Chinese

The final phase of restoration in Glenwood Canyon turns to debris-choked Colorado River

The Colorado Department of Transportation is orchestrating the removal of hundreds of thousands of tons of debris flushed down the walls of Glenwood Canyon in July deluge

Ron LeMaster, beloved ski coach, killed in collision at Eldora Mountain Resort

72-year-old was skiing Tuesday when he collided with a snowboarder

Monarch Pass could serve as a new model for wildfire mitigation in treacherous areas

About 90% of the tall spruce in the area have been killed by beetles