With the summer Olympic trials underway, the North Fork Pool, Park & Recreation District is pleased to be hosting their first USA Triathlon Splash N Dash Youth Aquathlon Series in Hotchkiss. This year’s event is sponsored by Betera Coaching and Cody Stark Reigning Horses. The series is…
Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) has selected the membership for both the Technical Working Group (TWG) and the Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG) convened to serve as advisory bodies to the agency as the Commission and CPW staff plan the implementation of Proposition 114.
After a rough beginning to life, a yearling black bear injured during the Camreon Peak Fire is back roaming the Colorado Rocky Mountains with a new lease on life.
The first phase of the Palisade Plunge, a 32-mile mountain bike trail from the top of the Grand Mesa to the Town of Palisade, is open for public access on Saturday, May 29. Phase two is expected to be complete at the end of July.The Palisade Plunge trail is the result of a partnership betwee…
Wilderness Workshop invites you to our annual Wild Feast benefit, an evening to celebrate conservation and public lands, held outdoors in the courtyard of the Hotel Jerome in Aspen on Thursday, August 12.
Someone once said that the only things certain in life are death and taxes. But every spring Colorado Parks and Wildlife adds another item to that list: bears emerging from hibernation.
In 1974, President Gerald Ford authorized EMS Week to celebrate EMS practitioners and the important work they do in our nation's communities. This year's theme is This Is EMS: Caring for Our Communities.
Hi, my name is Dustin Nordstrom. Most will know me from Kwiki Tire II, in Hotchkiss. Recently I have resigned as manager and I would like to tell our community what a pleasure it has been to serve you. I would also like to thank Rich and Ken for investing in me and giving a place for young m…
We can't wait for our second annual Arbol Farmers Market to begin! The market will be held at Paonia Town Park on Tuesday evenings from 5-8 pm. Our first market is May 18th and will run until October 12th.
How can you help the next generation of young wildlife? Leave them alone! If you see an injured animal, call your local Colorado Parks and Wildlife office. Do not approach, move or feed the animal.