It'll be Cooper's sophomore fashion show on the official Paris calendar, which will give the three-year-old retro-nostalgic label the kind of international exposure to top press and buyers that’s as important to a young, on-the-rise brand as oxygen is to a fire.
This week, representatives from the Eagle County Wildlife Roundtable met with the Eagle County Board of Commissioners to present a summary of the work they have completed in the past year. They also presented their vision of how their advocacy can evolve in the future.
The first phase of steep slope treatment on Bill Williams Mountain is being completed, with the successful thinning of 300 acres of dense standing trees and removal of dead and down trees on the mountain located just outside of the City of Williams.
Crews have been working on the first phase of a forest restoration project that targets 300 acres of the mountain’s high slopes. These densely overgrown forests on the steep sides of Bill Williams are fuel for future wildfires and the floods that often follow.
Thanks to a new partnership, a Colorado ski resort is offering skiers and snowboarders the opportunity to support restoration efforts around the Grizzly Creek Fire burn area.
Trampled vegetation, abandoned campfires, and trash reveal the environmental impact of overcrowding. Here’s how to fix it.
Tree plantings throughout the nation to focus on environmentally important public lands beleaguered by wildfires, insects, disease, and funding shortages
Earlier this week, Ford announced the Bronco Wild Fund, a fund to support outdoor preservation, education, and accessibility, funded through a portion of proceeds from each Bronco sold. Cool, right?
Now that the Ford Bronco is almost old news it has to keep up the hype. One way it is doing that is to crank out Bronco concepts. The latest is the Wildland Fire Rig concept. How timely with fires raging from California to Oregon and over to Colorado. But it has historical precedent.