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Yampa Valley's Greater Sandhill Cranes....out of the crosshairs, insight for a festival
SteamboatMagazine.com gets a face lift. Partnering with Locable, the Mainstreet of the 21st century.
Marvin Meyers has an intimate and ingenious relationship with water.
As Great Outdoors Colorado turns 20, photographer and life-long conservation crusader John Fielder shows us how everyone wins.
Dr. Gannet Hallar stands at the top of her profession, so it seems only natural that she works at the peak of Mount Werner at 10,500 feet.
After running Dell UK/Ireland, Larson wrapped up her 12-year-tenure. “Anybody who says you can do it all and not have any guilt or personal conflict, I think, is crazy,” Larson says. Since retiring in 1998, she's gotten involved in philanthropic wok
Kelly Landers greets customers at her restaurant with a big smile and an outgoing personality. She and her husband, Jason, have owned Creekside Café since 2002.
“The county has to go on,” Stahoviak explains, as if anyone would have phoned in from the ICU rather than miss a meeting. “Besides it was a gravel pit hearing,” she says, half-jokingly.
For Kelly Boniface, a typical day at work involves tracing the outline of Emerald Mountain’s warm morning glow as she barrels up and down its trails on her bike. Her goal? To make her profession as much fun as possible.
Gretchen Van De Carr’s heart beats for youth and the outdoors. She had her first experience combining these two passions in 1989 as the crew supervisor for the Northwest Youth Corps in Oregon.