Crystal Valley

  • Locations: News Published

    Lead King Loop stakeholder group hosts listening session

    By Alex Menard

    As the upper Crystal Valley sheds its protective coat of winter white, many things are revealed. The daily appearance overhead of a pair of bald eagles means that our ecosystem has a crowning touch: an eagle’s nest. On McClure Pass, the melting snow makes way for a… read more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    CVEPA Views: Learning, challenging, collaborating

    On April 14, the Crystal Valley Environmental Protection Association (CVEPA) board meeting enjoyed a delightful levity which is uncommon these days. Solidarity is not synonymous with unanimity, so it is refreshing when we all agree on something. The pact to agree to disagree, respectfully, is a basic tenet of… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Scratching the surface of Crystal Valley politics

    The Crystal Valley may be a small part of the world, but its issues carry great significance, and passionate participants reverberate down through the Valley to Carbondale and beyond. The prized corner of the world counts on a community primed for solutions. 

    The serene river and mountainous… read more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    Los satélites de Internet inundan los cielos

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte 

    Es un pájaro, es un avión, es… ¿Elon Musk? Si miras al cielo por la noche, es posible que veas una serie de satélites en órbita alrededor del mundo. Si ya los ha visto, es posible que se encienda una luz enread more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    CVEPA contemplates history

    By Suzy Meredith-Orr

    “Water, Lifeblood of the West” is the topic for the 49th annual meeting of the Crystal Valley Environmental Protection Association (CVEPA). The meeting is set for Sunday afternoon, Aug. 29, in Redstone. CVEPA is the only group devoted solely to the environmental defense ofread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Commuting made interesting

    With pervasive road work and more cars on the road, comes more idling and waiting for traffic to move, with the vehicle’s AC blowing (or windows down).

    Commuting is a daily necessity on the Western Slope for many, if not most, of the people here. Whether heading back… read more →