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Jason Blevins
Position: The Colorado Sun

Bluebird Backcountry will shut down its operations after pioneering uphill-skiing resort model

Bluebird’s founders are closing the lift-free ski area after four seasons at two remote locations

Colorado Supreme Court ends fisherman’s right-to-wade argument

Roger Hill sued, arguing a riverbed is public property open for wading anglers

Colorado corner-crossing property legislation poised for comeback

Colorado Rep. Brandi Bradley wonders if she should revive corner-crossing legislation after Wyoming judge dismisses civil trespass complaint against hunters

At least 17 people died at Colorado ski areas during the 2022-23 winter season

Two of those deaths occurred at Purgatory Resort

A new report helps Colorado mountain towns navigate growth challenges

Report maps out a way communities can escape confounding stresses in rural, amenity-rich regions

‘A season to celebrate’ as U.S., Rocky Mountain ski areas experience record visitation

Snow always draws skiers and this winter was no exception to that industry rule

Lawmakers howl, conservation groups cheer after Polis vetoes wolf bill

Legislation could have delayed reintroduction and allowed ranchers to kill wolves threatening livestock

CPW unanimously approves plan to restore wolves on Western Slope

301-page management plan took hundreds of hours to draft

Conservation momentum surges for Dolores River as record flows draw rafters

Survey shows growing support for a national monument around Colorado’s Dolores River Canyon Country

Wolf reintroduction evolves as challenges threaten early 2024 deadline

Colorado Parks and Wildlife commissioners hosted final public meeting on plan Wednesday

Public land crossing creates a private-property conundrum that’s tough to fix

House Bill 1066 would allow lawful passage between parcels bordering private property, settling a decades-old conundrum in the West

Hunting groups quit Colorado Outdoor Partnership, cite lack of focus on wildlife

Partnership was convened to shape conservation and recreation policy. Three groups say the focus has been elsewhere.