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Jason Blevins
Position: The Colorado Sun

Could a small sign ease landowners’ anxiety about letting people recreate on their property?

Lawmakers will try again to change law to better protect private property owners

Colorado avalanche forecasters sound red alert as new snow piles deep for MLK weekend

Colorado Avalanche Information Center forecasters are sounding the alarm for backcountry travelers as feet of new snow blankets weak layers

First year of optional Keep Colorado Wild Pass sees drivers deliver $41.1 million in revenue for parks and wildlife

Nearly 1.5 million Colorado drivers paid an extra $29 to include the parks pass on their vehicle registrations, outpacing expectations and helping fund Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Copper Mountain volunteer boot packers stomp trails to reduce avalanche danger and conserve snow

Crews at several Colorado ski areas spend early season weeks burrowing through powder to stabilize snowpacks

What it looked like as Colorado wildlife officials released 5 Oregon wolves in Grand County

This is the first time a state – not the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – introduced an endangered species into wildland in the U.S.

Colorado ranchers launch last-ditch effort to block wolves. Here’s how.

Cattlemen and Stockgrowers associations file a lawsuit to try to force federal analysis

A way to add 8,800 acres to Colorado State Parks without spending a dollar

As Wyoming plans to auction park land for at least $80 million, some call on the Colorado State Land Board to transfer 8,817 acres inside 13 state parks to Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

Effort to ban mountain lion hunting in Colorado heats up

Hunting advocates ask the Colorado Supreme Court to reject a ballot initiative that would ban hunting mountain lions, bobcats and lynx

Colorado land trusts want increased support for easement tax credits to help “double down on conservation”

Keep It Colorado coalition hopes to conserve 3.3 million acres by 2033, but it needs lawmakers to renew and increase the state tax incentive program

Outdoor recreation economy tops $1.1 trillion, fueling efforts for legislative support of industry

Colorado’s outdoor recreation economy topped $13.9 billion in 2022 and employed 130,000 workers

Forest Service, Park Service rock climbing proposals worry both climbers and wilderness advocates

New guidance from federal land managers seems to require an inventory and review of all existing bolts and fixed anchors in wilderness areas

Dam on the Arkansas River near Salida finally removed after years of rescues, drownings and environmental impacts

Colorado Parks and Wildlife and Chaffee County commissioners help fund removal of the dam that has threatened river runners, fish habitat for nearly 60 years