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Managing the Poudre River

R. Gary Raham graham@northfortynews.com In 1869, Alfred Augustus Edwards and other men originally from Mercer County, Pennsylvania, decided to farm near the Poudre River. They founded a short-lived Mercer Colony on land now owned by […]

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Living in a Wildfire Prone Landscape

Weston Toll The Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed It has been six years since the summer of 2012 when wildfires swept across almost 90,000 acres of the Poudre watershed. In those six years, we […]

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Gaia Grows: Sustainable Spuds of the West

Kathleen Miller, Gaia Grows, Gaia’s Farm & Gardens Sustainable Living, Gardening & Farming in Northern Colorado Sustainable living, gardening and farming is based on an understanding of ecosystems, the study of relationships between organisms and their environment. […]

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Food diary of a traveler

Mark Gershfeld Guest Author “Did you eat any meals on your road trip that you will always remember?” My mom asked me that question near the end of our journey. I rambled for twenty minutes. […]

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Gearhead Diary: I’m right, you’re wrong

Matt Bartmann mbartmann@northfortynews.com People on the internet are an invaluable resource for anything hobby-related. Raising chickens, knitting, collecting stamps? Plenty of folks will give you advice on what you should be doing. Same goes for […]