Innovative device could lower irrigation costs for mountain agricultural producers.
Uncertainty of water in the west has become a hot button issue.
Noxious weeds are expensive in more ways than one.
From its inaugural success in 2010, ReTree Steamboat has grown from a one-day annual event to a year-round endeavor to get people involved in the community's forests and open spaces.
Going back to nature puts the senses at rest.
Specific varieties of weeds require specific methods of management.
My name is Andrea Sponseller, and I'm the new Steamboat South District wildlife manager, a position recently held by Danielle Domson.
Yampa Valley Sustainability Council is lining up a stellar calendar of events for this adult educational series that occurs on the fourth Tuesday of the month at various locations throughout town.
Yampa Valley Sustainability Council announces a stellar line-up for the upcoming adult educational series.
LiveWell's Northwest Colorado Food Coalition brings lasting change to the local food landscape
At LIFT-UP of Routt County’s food bank on Curve Court, emphasis is placed on healthy eating for the customers, fresh produce from local farmers is welcomed and a new policy bans cakes, cookies and candy from the shelves.
I left the meeting with a sense of anticipation and hope for Yampa. Here was a group of people representing all facets of life who all have one thing in common — the shared bond of caring and concern for their home and their willingness to become involved to make it a better place.
Sam Haslem told a story about the days when cowboys in far western Moffat County drove their cattle at a leisurely pace all of the way to the railroad yards in Phippsburg, south of Steamboat Springs.
Rita Herold described the early 1920s when lettuce and spinach were big cash crops in South Routt, and local lettuce was served in Manhattan's Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
In Routt County, $46 million is contributed annually to our economy by sales of livestock, grains, hay and alfalfa. This figure has increased throughout the last three decades in spite of the loss of farmland and the rising age of our producers.
Today’s ranchers may be managing a portfolio of assets as diverse as any Wall Street fund, but this portfolio is composed of a wide variety of natural resources and their income-producing activities. Forests are often part of these assets.