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Alliance for the Great Outdoors: How Wilderness Workshop and the Caribou Club joined forces for Wild Feast

May 9th, 2019|

The legendary Caribou Club is an Aspen landmark with a rich history in Colorado's most famous ski town. The elegant restaurant and club would never have come to fruition if not for one man, Harley Baldwin. Harley was a classic mountain town character. He rolled into town in 1968 with [...]

Colorado Outdoor Recreation & Economy (CORE) Act gets day in Congress, supporters and opponents testify about act’s merits

April 8th, 2019|

The Colorado Outdoor Recreation & Economy Act, a sweeping public lands bill focused on Colorado with significant provisions for Summit County, had its first hearing in Congress on Tuesday with the House Natural Resources Committee. The bill, which combines four previously introduced public lands bills protecting 400,000 Colorado acres from [...]

Carbondale crew joins CORE contingent in D.C.

April 5th, 2019|

Legislative withdrawal of the Thompson Divide from future oil and natural gas leasing got its first congressional hearing in Washington, DC this week as part of an overall hearing on the Colorado Outdoor Recreation Economy (CORE). And, Roaring Fork Valley residents were on-hand for support. Stacey Bernot, former Carbondale mayor, [...]

In the spirit of the ‘Maroon Belles’

February 11th, 2019|

Dottie, Connie, Joy — those names form a mantra summoning an invaluable wilderness heritage. Without the beloved "Maroon Belles," our vast and beautiful wilderness areas would not be so vast and not so beautiful in their vastness. Dottie Fox and Joy Caudill are gone, leaving Connie Harvey as the last [...]

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