Bureau Of Land Management
A two-day trail ride that attracts competitors and their horses from around the West has been cancelled because of the federal shutdown.
Bureau of Land Management Colorado office director Helen Hankins will retire at the end of the month.
The push for a massive art project along the Arkansas River is facing a new lawsuit.
Federal authorities are cracking down on the use of exploding targets on U.S. Forest Service land in five states to prevent them from sparking wildfires.
World-renowned artist Christo is returning to Colorado this summer for two lectures about his latest projects.
The preliminary route favored by federal regulators for a proposed $3 billion power line project to carry Wyoming wind power to California would create a new utility corridor through south-central Wyoming.
The deaths of 19 Hotshots in Arizona comes just before the anniversary of a similar tragedy in Colorado.
An appeals board is upholding the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to grant the artist Christo a permit for his Over the River project, which involves temporarily suspending huge fabric panels over parts of the Arkansas River in Colorado.
Colorado congresswoman Diana DeGette has reintroduced a bill that would protect 750,000 acres in Colorado as designated wilderness.
Picture a great, tropical river running to a huge inland sea in, of all places, the scrubby, arid hills north of Canon City, studded with pinyon pines and cactus.