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Chico Basin Ranch is an 87,000-acre working cattle ranch located 35 miles southeast of Colorado Springs. Courtesy Chico Basin Ranch.
Hikers fight the wind as they as climb the Alpine Ridge Trail from the Alpine Visitor Center Monday, June 15, 2015, in Rocky Mountain National Park.  (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Hikers fight the wind as they as climb the Alpine Ridge Trail from the Alpine Visitor Center Monday, June 15, 2015, in Rocky Mountain National Park. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Camp SP-13-C near Morrison. Photo courtesy Denver Mountain Parks.
Sulphuric acid tanks and the lime tank and mix area are still standing amid the dismantling work being done at contaminated site of Cotter Corp. Cañon City milling facility. (Joe Amon / The Denver Post)
FOUNTAIN TUBING
Jade Loerzel tubes down a waterfall on Fountain Creek near Monument Valley Park. (Photo by: Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette)
A crew from Velocity Constructors, Inc., in Denver work on a new ion-exchange filter system Wednesday, May 17, 2017, at the Southmoor Water Treatment Plant for the Widefield Water and Sanitation District. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
A crew from Velocity Constructors, Inc., in Denver work on a new ion-exchange filter system Wednesday, May 17, 2017, at the Southmoor Water Treatment Plant for the Widefield Water and Sanitation District. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Janusz Sitarz works Friday, April 11, running tests on the "generator exciter" for the soon to be completed Tesla Hydroelectric Plant at the Air Force Academy. Reis photo
New hydroelectricity plant would supply renewable energy to Fort Carson through Colorado Springs Utilities. (Photo by: Mark Reis)
FOSSIL BEDS
Ursula Vogt, left, and Lyanda McMurtry of Orlando, Florida, walk past the petrified stump of a giant sequoia during a visit to the Florissant Fossil Beds Tuesday, September 3, 2002. Mark Reis photo
About a dozen children and teens ranging in age from 11 to 17 and their parents attended the Kids Climate Conference on Saturday at Penrose Library (Photo via 350 Colorado Springs Facebook page)
Water bear (Paramacrobiotus craterlaki) in moss. (AMNH)