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Carbon concentration in our atmosphere hits grim milestone

Scientists say we’ll never go back ‘within our lifetimes’

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Nature center to host meditation workshop A meditation-in-nature workshop will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. June 25 at the Durango Nature Center. The workshop will provi...

Arctic sea ice hit a stunning new low in May

‘We’ve never seen anything like this’

Humans have altered basically every landscape on Earth, scientists say

‘Most people have no idea how heavily we’ve altered things – and for how long’

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Archaeologist to highlight social landscapes Archaeologist Grant Coffey will give a presentation called “Creating Symmetry: Building Social Landscapes in the Central Mesa Verde Region,” at 7...

Scientists just discovered dozens of new sources of air pollution

Scientists may have significantly underestimated a dangerous source of pollution in the atmosphere, new research suggests. A satellite study, published Monday in the journal Nature Geoscienc...

San Juan National Forest considers projects targeting wildfires, mussels

Forest Service considers funding for mitigation, monitoring, more

Living near nature may help you live longer

Living closer to nature is better for your health, new research suggests – and may even extend your life. A study in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives found that peopl...

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Comments sought on forest project The Dolores Ranger District of the San Juan National Forest is seeking public comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Rico-West Dolores ...

Grizzly Peak wilderness preserved as research haven

Grizzly Peak area northeast of Rico to serve as benchmark

Forest Service offers free ponderosa seedlings

In honor of Arbor Day, the San Juan National Forest will offer native ponderosa seedlings from Friday to April 29 on a first-come, first-serve basis. The seedlings are free, thou...

Industrial hemp gains traction in Colorado

Huge jump in acres farmed is expected; more processing companies needed