A Colorado Springs man has been sentenced to six months in prison for illegally selling moss rock taken from public land.
The Bureau of Land Management started rounding up wild horses on the far reaches of the Western Slope on Sunday.
With drought conditions the worst in years, the Bureau of Land Management is having trouble taking care of a herd of wild horses in Western Colorado and part of the reason is because of a court case in Washington D.C.
The unofficial start of summer is this weekend, Memorial Day weekend, and it’s also the kickoff to camping season in Colorado. Many of those campers will have to keep warm without a campfire.
The Bureau of Land Management is putting off plans to lease 30,000 acres for oil and gas development in Colorado’s North Fork Valley.
The artist Christo is pushing back the time frame for his Over the River project, which would involve suspending 5.9 miles worth of silvery, translucent fabric over specific sections of a 42-mile stretch of the Arkansas River.
The federal Bureau of Land Management is holding a meeting in Colorado to get comment on the government’s draft plan for solar energy development on public lands.
With all the Colorado outdoors have to offer, sometimes there is conflict between those who use trails across the state. That doesn’t hold true at Hartman Rocks.