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Jason Blevins
Position: The Colorado Sun

Abandoned coal mine near Aspen has become a mountain biking park for the masses

Unusual public-private collaboration could serve as a model for restoring environmental danger zones

As housing crunch worsens, so does search for a place to store stuff

Wait lists growing for storage lockers in mountain communities

Survey of Colorado’s high-country residents a ‘wake-up call’ on affordable housing crisis

Communities forced to rethink their relationship to tourism economy

Colorado ski area rent to federal landlords fell 20% in 2019-20

New legislation would allow national forests to keep up to 75% of fees

Discovery of gray wolf pups won’t change Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s reintroduction work

Wildlife officials say the confirmation of the first wolf family in Colorado since the 1940s will help biologists establish more gray wolves in the state

State tax official accused of helping luxury resorts minimize property taxes

La Plata, Eagle, San Miguel counties cry foul, say employee is supposed to be neutral

As Colorado’s pine beetle fades, what’s next for the timber industry?

Pests began their devastating march through forests about 15 years ago

Pandemic accelerated Colorado ski resorts’ technological advances

‘We took a multiyear process and did it in like five months,’ one operator says

Radical ideas emerge to address Colorado’s high-country housing crisis

Crested Butte workers ponder midsummer strike, Frisco an emergency declaration

Colorado public land managers turn to enforcement to deal with a crush of long-term campers

Forest Service and local officials struggle to protect natural resources from a growing wave of backcountry campers and explorers this summer

Vanlife booms as housing costs climb, remote work catches on

Dozens of Colorado companies report brisk sales

Modular homes get second look as Colorado faces lack of affordable homes

In mountain towns, where construction is already pricey, savings can reach 40%