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Michael Booth
Position: The Colorado Sun

Colorado readies e-bike program with $12 million in new funding

State officials want to make sure shops have stock

Colorado Parks & Wildlife director suspended after alleged ‘back of the bus’ comment about Black employee

Dan Prenzlow placed on paid leave after remark at Vail outdoors conference

Attempt to stop Colorado water speculation is circling the drain

Despite intense pressure, legislature says impinging farmers’ right to sell is too risky

Hamburger helper: Beef fat may be coming to help fuel a fancy jet near you

Tallow-based fuel is advertised to cut carbon output of jet flights by 25%

Colorado lawmakers again try to pay landowners for rejected easements

A bill to compensate canceled easement holders is back, with a $155 million price tag

Colorado parks are full and getting fuller. How will the state decide who gets in, and who gets hurt?

Lake Pueblo hosted 3.4 million last year. But efforts to control crowds raise questions of equity and access

Colorado needs to cut greenhouse gas pollution from industry. They’ve put it off until 2023

State officials say their rulemaking plan will make deeper cuts across more factories. Environmental advocates say it’s delay and betrayal all over again

Colorado delay of key clean truck rules angers environmental justice groups

Air quality officials appeared to be on a timeline to adopt California’s truck cleanup this year, but state regulators say it can’t get done

Tired of mowing your lawn? Colorado could pay you $2 a square foot to rip it out

A bill would expand grass buyouts statewide and double local payments

Sierra Club threatens to suspend 20,000-member Colorado chapter

National leadership cites ongoing conflicts between local management and volunteers, and says it may appoint other Colorado members to take over.

A Colorado family tried to save their cattle ranch by betting big on rare birds. It’s paying off.

From getting the folks at Audubon to certify the ranch as bird-friendly, to selling carbon sequestration credits for the tall grass, the May Ranch near Lamar is modernizing stewardship.

Colorado may have more sites with dangerous ‘forever chemicals’ than any other

A new analysis of an EPA database shows demand for PFAS in fracking and other industries puts Front Range at the top of the contamination list.