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Next Steps for Developing a Trail from Eldorado Canyon State Park to Walker Ranch

Next Steps for Developing a Trail from Eldorado Canyon State Park to Walker Ranch

By Jason Vogel and Allyn Feinberg, Indian Peaks Traverse Coalition We write today as members of a grassroots organization promoting a non-motorized, back country trail from Boulder to Winter Park. We call this proposed trail the Indian Peaks [...]

FOR the Measures 300 and 301

FOR the Measures 300 and 301

Photo courtesy Allyn Feinberg Dear Fellow Boulder citizens: Are you dismayed by the congestion and traffic you are encountering in Boulder? Are you shocked by the price of housing and rents that we are experiencing? Do you wonder what is [...]

The Future of Chautauqua

The Future of Chautauqua

When you take visitors to Boulder to see the sights, what places do you immediately think they should see? The downtown mall? The university? Almost surely, Chautauqua is at the top of that list, as an icon of our community. But the Colorado [...]

THE WEST TSA PLAN – A New Approach to Planning For Boulder Open Space

THE WEST TSA PLAN – A New Approach to Planning For Boulder Open Space

Almost every Boulder resident, as well as many from surrounding communities, has read or heard of the conflicts between the Open Space visitors who favor recreation uses and those who favor a focus on resource conservation. Since Boulder’s Open [...]