Visitors left behind human waste and trash, graffiti'd a Joshua tree and created unauthorized trails with off-road vehicles.
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The Colorado Office of Tourism is cracking down on bad behavior in a new campaign, "Care For Colorado."
The Conservation in the West poll found that respondents opposed Trump policies that shrink national monuments or promote oil and gas development.
In Denver for the annual Outdoor Retailer and Snow Show, outdoor retail companies and other outdoor industry leaders are banding together in a bid to protect public lands and the climate.
More than 50 parcels in New Mexico and Oklahoma will be up for bid including nine parcels near Chaco Culture National Historical Park.
The drought plan requires Arizona to find a way to reduce its use of Colorado River water by up to 700,000 acre-feet — more than twice Nevada's yearly allocation under the drought plan.
Climate change and deforestation are the leading causes responsible.
Our Children's Trust, which supported the young plaintiffs in the case, said it was disappointed that the Supreme Court would not reconsider nor explain why.
The Monument is unsure when Rim Rock Drive will safely reopen or when entrance booths will again be staffed.
An Associated Press investigation found there could be more premature deaths, greenhouse gas emissions and other impacts.
The other six states in the Colorado River basin have agreed to plans that recognize a long-running drought, the dwindling supply of water and how they intend to cope with it.
Colorado has a long way to go in pursuit of 100 percent green energy. An important key to a future with renewables though will be storage.
The injured cub’s feet were severely burned in the wildfire that raged north of Durango last summer.
The lawsuit, initiated by the Wildgrass Oil and Gas Committee, names Gov. Jared Polis and regulatory agency Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission as defendants.