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Lorelei Cloud grew up in a house without running water. Every week, her family would travel to her uncle’s place and haul water from his garden house back to their house. Eventually they moved and did...

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Scrolling through my Facebook feed, last week I noticed a rare delight: Edith Franco was beaming. Recently graduated with a master’s degree, she posed in black cap and gown in front of the Texas State University sign...

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Scroll through the leadership team on most national environmental organizations’ websites and a certain trend emerges: the majority of staff members are white. Racial discrimination and environmental challenges are inexorably connected, yet seem to be isolated...

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When Tyler Kempney and Wes Fowler set out for Longs Peak in October 2018, they weren’t sure what they might find. But the pair of ice climbers were prepared for anything.           ...

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If your organization is planning an event of any kind, please email Caitlin at crockett@boulderweekly.com.  EVENTS PBS Virtual Film Screening: ‘9to5: The Story of a Movement.’ Noon. Friday, Jan. 29. Free,...

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While other segments of the local food industry suffered immensely from the pandemic in the last year, farmers, by and large, made out OK. That success wasn’t without hand-wringing though; farmers had to shift business models, create...
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