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Finding Humility: A First Step in Avalanche Education

By Allison Perry
As I came to realize throughout that weekend I spent learning how to speak the language of avalanche, snow pack, depth hoar, surface hoar, leeward slopes, wind loading, and terrain management, the more intangible lessons our instructors imparted upon us were by far and away the most important.

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Will Agriculture Be the ‘Sacrificial Lamb’ of Water Plan?

By Gus Jarvis
With most of the state’s future growth and development projected to take place on the Front Range, how can the Western Slope’s four basin roundtables (of the state’s nine total) come together with common goals and needs to be a unified voice in the face of water uncertainty in the future?