U.S. Forest Service
Prescribed burns are planned on federal land at five locations in the San Luis Valley in southern Colorado this spring, but the dates haven’t been set.
Mountain pine beetles have left vast tracts of dead, dry trees in the West, raising fears that they’re more vulnerable to wildfire outbreaks, but a new study found no evidence that bug-infested forests are more likely to burn than healthy ones.
The U.S. Forest Service is giving tentative approval to a plan to expand Eldora Mountain Resort.
The U.S. Forest Service will take another 30 days to review objections to a land swap that would allow construction of a road to a proposed residential development near the Wolf Creek Ski Area.
Tens of thousands of people have packed in to watch the World Alpine Ski Championships — even celebrities have showed up like Tiger Woods. But the event is also bringing out some top officials from the nation’s capital.
The U.S. Forest Service will be implementing annual closures in Boulder Canyon beginning Feb. 1 in order to protect nesting golden eagles.
Waterton Canyon will fully be open to recreation for the first time since Sept. 2014 now that an Xcel Energy project wrapped up earlier than expected.
Environmental groups want more time to file a protest on a public land swap involving a proposed development near the Wolf Creek Ski Area.
Wolf Creek Ski Area owner Davey Pitcher has been sentenced to probation and community service and ordered to pay a $5,000 fine after he pleaded guilty to conducting search and rescue training on public land without a permit.
The federal government is making more than 90 percent of the 2.2-million-acre White River National Forest off-limits to future energy exploration.