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Rain & Shine

  • Many ranchers in the West see wolves as a threat to their livestock, and livelihood. But one ranch family was inspired by wolves to rethink the way they manage their land. Ashley Ahearn saddled up for the Mountain West News Bureau to tell their story, and open a three-part series on women ranchers. Plus, we hear a clip of Rain & Shine from Calla Rose Ostrander about the iconic sandhill crane.
  • Many ranchers in the West see wolves as a threat to their livestock, and livelihood. But one ranch family was inspired by wolves to rethink the way they manage their land. Ashley Ahearn saddled up for the Mountain West News Bureau to tell their story, and open a three-part series on women ranchers. Plus, we hear a clip of Rain & Shine from Calla Rose Ostrander about the iconic sandhill crane.
  • Ice can be a hassle this time of year, but these cold days are actually good for us and good for the plants and animals who live here too! Learn about three ways cold helps keep us all healthy here in Western Colorado.
  • Ice can be a hassle this time of year, but these cold days are actually good for us and good for the plants and animals who live here too! Learn about three ways cold helps keep us all healthy here in Western Colorado.
  • "This weeks Rain & Shine covers the scintillating topic of stars and many of the questions you may have asked yourself while lying in a hot spring on a cold, clear and dark winter night. Paonia resident Jez Wain helps us to answer these musings.”
  • "This weeks Rain & Shine covers the scintillating topic of stars and many of the questions you may have asked yourself while lying in a hot spring on a cold, clear and dark winter night. Paonia resident Jez Wain helps us to answer these musings.”
  • A very long time ago, Earth was a very different place. The air was not full of oxygen and one whole day was only six hours instead of twenty four! How did this world become the one we have today, and what role did the moon play in getting us here?
  • A very long time ago, Earth was a very different place. The air was not full of oxygen and one whole day was only six hours instead of twenty four! How did this world become the one we have today, and what role did the moon play in getting us here?
  • In a drying landscape one thing we can do to halt desertification is to restore small water cycles. What does that mean? It means keeping the water that…