Colorado’s Grand Junction Book Cliffs showcase geological wonders that date back to the Age of Dinosaurs. Grand plateaus, mesas and buttes formed from Cretaceous sandstone loom above vast canyons lush with sagebrush and dotted juniper trees.
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On the heels of recent congressional approval of the first wilderness bill in five years, local leaders from southwest Colorado today commended a congressional committee for considering legislation that woul
Thanks to a record year in 2013, the solar industry installed more photovoltaic power over a period of 18 months than it did in the preceding 30 years. It’s a startling fact, and it captures the flavor of a report published on Wednesday by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and GTM Research that details the industry’s recent revved-up performance.
Last year the industry saw a 41 percent increase over 2012 in solar photovoltaic (PV) installations, a surge that brought total U.S.…Read More
The study, a version of which is released by the National Park Service each year, quantified the value of visitors drawn by parks at nearly $26.8 billion in economic activity and more than 2
- National Park Service
- Department of Interior
- Sally Jewell
- conservation funding
- economic benefits of conservation funding