Climate change in Colorado

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Peanut butter and drones: hope for endangered ferrets

To call the black-footed ferret an elusive creature would be an understatement. Around 90 percent of the animal’s life is spent underground, hunting prairie dogs...

The elephant in the grow house

If there’s an Achilles’ heel in an indoor marijuana grower’s game plan, it’s energy consumption. The cannabis plant thrives when the kilowatts pile up...

The pros and cons of industrial-scale solar

It’s an undeniably gruesome image: A bird soars over the Mojave desert, and suddenly, revoltingly, catches fire, streaks momentarily like a small meteor, and then seems to disappear, leaving only smoke. Seen from afar, some are calling them “streamers...

Power use and marijuana: Where the grass isn’t greener

Indoor marijuana grow operations aren’t as green as the weed they produce. According to data from Xcel Energy and estimates from those familiar with indoor growing, a single light used to grow 16 square feet of pot consumes about half as much energy as the average ...

One man’s trash is another man’s business venture

Northeast of Denver in the small town of Hudson lies the largest tire dump in the U.S., known by many as Tire Mountain. Immediately south of Colorado Springs sits the nation’s second largest tire dump. Combined, the Rubber Manufacturing Association says, Colorado’s ...

Eat less meat, save the world

If the reality of climate change frightens you, there is something you can do right now: Change your diet. According to a recent study from...

Pedaling through barriers

Biking has started to make a comeback in the U.S., in ways you might not imagine. Take, for instance, Pedal to Properties, a full-service...

Slow Fashion

Just about every sector of business is geared toward sustainability these days. Sustainable agriculture, energy and tourism are all a given, but sustainable fashion...

Get the inside scoop on local, sustainable CBD

Moon Mother Hemp Company is a woman-owned business with a focus on environmentally responsible hemp farming and safe hemp supplements. Moon Mother Hemp’s founder,...

The dirt on reusing soil

As summer turns into fall so will fall turn into winter — we pull the sweaters and coats toward the front of the closet and stow away the bathing suits, shorts and tank tops...

To cleanse or not to cleanse

From detoxifying diets to juice fasts, different dietary cleanses abound, claiming to rid your system of toxins and help you lose weight. People who regularly cleanse say they feel better, look thinner and think more clearly after a cleanse. But some dietitians argue...

Get rid of the ceiling to reach for the stars

On a cold January day, with temperatures hovering just around freezing, a group of 20 kids, 18 months to five years old, and a...
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