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  • Thumbnail for C82 Marshal von Blucher, Ship of the Mountains (Burro)
  • Thumbnail for 2004 Colorado College State of the Rockies conference
    2004 Colorado College State of the Rockies conference

    Program for the Colorado College State of the Rockies Conference held May 3 through May 4, 2004. Includes listings of presentations and speakers: Endurance and Sovereignty Among The Indian Nations of the Rocky Mountain West, by Charles Wilkinson; Home and Hope in the Rockies: 20 Years of Observation, by Ed and Betsy Marston; Unveiling of the 2004 State of the Rockies Report Card, by Walt Hecox (CC professor of economics) and F. Patrick Holmes (CC class of 2003); Rocky Mountain Futures - An Ecological Perspective, by Jill S. Baron; Developing a Public Science That Can Weather the Politics of Resource Management in the Rockies, by Thomas Sisk; panel discussion, On the Front Lines: Community Organizations Confronting Change, with George Sibley and Ellen Stein (CC class of 1987); "The Angry West, Revisited" : Reflections on 20 years of change in the West since Gov. Lamm’s 1982 book: The Angry West: A Vulnerable Land and Its Future, by keynote speaker, Richard Lamm.

  • Thumbnail for 2013 Summer field work : Colorado College State of the Rockies Project
    2013 Summer field work : Colorado College State of the Rockies Project

    For the summer of 2013, with the focus was on large landscape conservation, the team set sights northward. With stops like Yellowstone, Bozeman, Missoula, and the Flathead River Valley, this year’s field work involved meetings with conservation experts, and individuals tied to the past, present, and future of land use and conservation here in the Rocky Mountain West. In addition to the 3,400 mile journey from Colorado Springs to the Canadian Border, the team also conducted field research in Colorado’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains, and the Front Range of Colorado.

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    Colorado State Government and forests: controversy over health, climate, and roads

    State of the Rockies Lecture: Nolan Doesken is a state climatologist who has been monitoring Colorado’s climate for decades. Mike King is the executive director of Colorado Department of Natural Resources. Their combined expertise offesr a unique view of Colorado forests from a Colorado government perspective. Recorded December 6, 2010.

  • Thumbnail for 2009 Summer field work : Colorado College State of the Rockies Project
    2009 Summer field work : Colorado College State of the Rockies Project

    The 2009-2010 research focus was entitled, "Food and Agriculture in the Rockies Current Challenges and New Trends." The research project took place July 6-12, 2009, July 22, 2009, and July 29, 2009. The 2009-10 student project researchers spent the summer of 2009 investigating agriculture in the Rockies Region. Their analysis of multiple data sets, mapping projects, academic papers, interviews, and field experience provide a unique and comprehensive look at the challenges and successes of agriculture in the Rockies.

  • Thumbnail for 2007 Fall wilderness/wildlands speaker series
    2007 Fall wilderness/wildlands speaker series

    Presents list of lectures for the Fall 2007 Colorado College State of the Rockies speaker series: Wilderness and wildlands: is there enough? / Will Rogers, Suzanne Jones -- Designated wilderness: what’s the status? / Peter Landres -- The unprotected wildlands/roadless areas: how should they be managed? / Gloria Flora -- What is the value of wilderness? / William Cronan.

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    The mythological power of the family farm by Lynn-Sherow, Bonnie

    Dr. Bonnie Lynn-Sherow's talk focuses on the mythological power of the "family farm" ideal in American history, and the American West. She will discuss the "mythical" power of Jeffersonian agrarianism, and how it has been transformed into something Jefferson would never have recognized. Part of Notable Lectures & Performances series, Colorado College. Recorded February 22, 2010.

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    Change & memory continuity & practice by Gomez, Esteban

    Exhibition catalog created by students in Block 5 course, Archeology of Colonial Entanglements, taught by Professor Esteban Gomez, Department of Anthropology, 2012.

  • Thumbnail for 2006 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card
    2006 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card

    The 2006 State of the Rockies Report Card continues the Rockies Project tradition of reporting key issues in this unique region of spectacular natural beauty, cultural wealth, abundant resources, and fragile environment. The Report Card includes analysis and discussion of some key issues that confront the Rockies: biodiversity, ranch economics, climate change, land conservation, and child development. Edited by Walter E. Hecox (CC professor of economics), Bryan Hurlbutt (CC class of 2004), and Caitlin O'Brady (CC class of 2005).

  • Thumbnail for 2008 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card
    2008 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card

    The 2008 Report Card, Fifth Anniversary Edition, attends to environmental amenities, and also pushes into social dimensions that seem increasingly to capture the spotlight in the eight states included in this report: the role of immigrants, the challenge of affordable housing, the need to restore degraded landscapes, the continuing controversies over wildland protection, and the prospect of creating a long-term regional renewable energy boom. Edited by David Havlick; Project Supervisor, Walter E. Hecox (CC professor of economics); Editor, Layout, Christopher B. Jackson (CC class of 2006); Contibutor, Matthew K. Reuer.

  • Thumbnail for 2006 Colorado College State of the Rockies conference
    2006 Colorado College State of the Rockies conference

    Program for the Colorado College State of the Rockies Conference held April 10 through April 13, 2006. Includes listings of presentations and speakers: Unveiling of the 2006 State of the Rockies Report Card, by Walter Hecox (CC professor of economics), Bryan Hurlbutt (CC class of 2004), Caitlin O'Brady (CC class of 2005); Land Conservation - Protecting Unique Landscapes and Habitats, with Tass Kelso (CC professor of biology), Jared Kapela (CC class of 2006), Bruce Runnels, Charles Bedford, Chris Pague; Preserving Biodiversity - Addressing Threatened, Endangered, and Invasive Species, with Walter Hecox, Joanna Prukop, Amanda Strauss (CC class of 2006), Randy Simmons, Anna Sher; Ranching in the Rockies - Threats and Signs of Hope, with Jack Wold (CC class of 1975), Andrew Yarbrough (CC class of 2006), Dan Dagget, Doc and Connie Hatfield, Dale Lasater, Brian Rohter, John Schiffer (CC class of 1967); Conservation in Action - Success Stories, with Caitlin O'Brady, John Fielder, Sydney Macy; Environmental Justice - Equally Protecting All Humans and the Environment, with Wade Roberts (CC professor of sociology), Angela Banfill (CC class of 2006), Jean Belille, William Snape III, Liam Downey, Kathryn Mutz, Sally L. Palmer; New Approaches to Governing the Rockies - Can Our Region's Political Voices Be Heard? with Tom Cronin (CC professor of political science), Chris Jackson (CC class of 2006), Daniel Kemmis, Michael Stratton, Sandy Buffett (CC class of 1991); Climate Change - What Happens in a Warmer Rockies, with Matthew Reuer, Gregory Zimmerman (CC class of 2006), Roger A. Pielke Sr., Roger Pielke, Jr., Auden Schendler; Rockies' History Comes Alive - John Wesley Powell Returns, with Anne Hyde (CC professor of history), Clay Jenkinson.

  • Thumbnail for 2007 Colorado College State of the Rockies conference
    2007 Colorado College State of the Rockies conference

    Program for the Colorado College State of the Rockies Conference held April 9 through April 11, 2007. Includes listings of presentations and speakers: Water Sustainability, with David Havlick, Tyler McMahon (CC class of 2007), Melinda Kassen, Gary Bostrom; Keynote speaker, Kay Brothers; Forest Health, with Brian Linkhart, Carissa Look (CC class of 2007), Merrill Kaufmann, Mary Mitsos, Phillip Kannan (CC distinguished lecturer); Keynote speaker, James Hubbard; New Communities/New Urbanism, with Ruth Kolarik (CC professor of art), Chris Jackson (CC class of 2006), Mark Johnson, Mark Tremmel; Keynote speaker, Peter Calthorpe.

  • Thumbnail for 2011 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card
    2011 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card

    The 2011 State of the Rockies Report Card is focused on the Eastern Plains, Infrastructure and Recreation. These separate but interrelated topics are all important aspects to the Rockies region.

  • Thumbnail for 2010-2011 Speaker series: Are our forests dying? Forest health in the Rockies
    2010-2011 Speaker series: Are our forests dying? Forest health in the Rockies

    Presents list of lectures for the 2010-11 Colorado College State of the Rockies speaker series: Are the trees falling? How pine beetle and wildfire shape Rocky Mountain forests / Dave Theobald, Jason Sibold -- Big burn: the lasting legacy of the nation’s largest wildfire / Timothy Egan -- The White is turning red: case study of the White River National Forest / Tony Dixon, Jan Burke -- Colorado State Government & forests: controversy over health, climate and roads / Mike King, Nolan Doesken -- Environmental groups and public involvement in forest health decisions / Suzanne Jones, Sloan Shoemaker -- Private solutions: ownership, philosophy, management.

  • Thumbnail for 2009 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card
    2009 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card

    Speaking to a long-standing tradition of the Rockies Report Cards "grading" the region on a variety of attributes, this year includes a brief look at three areas: crime and incarceration in the Rockies, historic preservation in the Rockies, and an evaluation of regional representation by elected officials. The Report Card also tackles issues of wildlife in the Rockies, dedicating three sections to the topic: "Wildlife: Range and Condition," "Wildlife Management," and "Impacts of Energy Development on Wildlife." Tangentially, the Report Card addresses water issues and population changes with the sections: "Wild and Scenic Rivers" and "Repopulating the Rockies." Edited by Walter E. Hecox (CC professor of economics), Elizabeth L. Kolbe (CC class of 2008), and Matthew K. Reuer.

  • Thumbnail for 2005 Colorado College State of the Rockies conference
    2005 Colorado College State of the Rockies conference

    Program for the Colorado College State of the Rockies Conference held April 5 through April 7, 2005. Includes listings of presentations and speakers: Unveiling of the 2005 State of the Rockies Report Card, by Walter Hecox (CC professor of economics) and Bryan Hurlbutt (CC class of 2004); Celebrating Rockies Civic Engagement and Creativity, with F. Patrick Holmes (CC class of 2003), Cathy Robbins, Chase Whitney, Matthew Lee-Ashley, Mary Lou Makepeace, and Joseph Garcia; Toxic Rockies, with Walter Hecox, Philip M. Kannan (CC distinguished lecturer), Bryan Hurlbutt, and Caitlin O'Brady (CC class of 2005); 2005 State of the Rockies Conference Challenge Talks, with Walter Hecox, Patricia Limerick, and Terry L. Anderson; Energy in the Rockies: Patterns, Trends and Assessment, with Walter Hecox, Chase Whitney, F. Patrick Holmes, Bryan Hurlbutt, Michelle Sullivan, and John Nielsen; Energy Challenge in the Rockies, with Walter Hecox, and Amory Lovins; A New West, a New Energy Policy, by keynote speaker, Bill Richardson and respondent Matt Simmons; Native Americans Regaining Sovereignty: Success Stories, with Walter Hecox, A. David Lester, Jacqueline Johnson, Chase Whitney, Tony Skrelunas, and Ira New Breast; Sprawl and National Parks' Stress, with Chase Whitney, F. Patrick Holmes, Bryan Hurlbutt, Christie Renner (CC class of 2005), and F. Patrick Holmes; Ground Truthing: The Open Space of Democracy, by Terry Tempest Williams.

  • Thumbnail for 2013 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card
    2013 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card

    The 2013 State of the Rockies Report Card is entitled "Water Friendly Futures for the Colorado River Basin." The 2012-13 Rockies Project focus, for a second year, is the Colorado River Basin. The Colorado River Basin, covering a major portion of the eight-state Rockies region and extending into Mexico, has been the unified focus for all parts to the State of the Rockies Project during summer 2011 and the 2011-12 academic year and again for summer 2012 and 2012-13.

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    Ranching in the Rockies : threats and signs of hope

    Part of the annual State of the Rockies Conference. Dan Dagget, environmentalist, discusses "The New Ranch: A Means Toward Equal Protection for the Land." Student researcher Andrew Yarbrough (CC class of 2006) presents the results of the ranching report card, and a panel consisting of ranchers Doc and Connie Hatfield, of Country Natural Beef; rancher Dale Lasater, of Lasater Grasslands Beef; Brian Rohter, chief executive officer of New Seasons Market; and rancher John Schiffer, Wyoming state senator, discuss ranching in the Rockies. Recorded April 11, 2006.

  • Thumbnail for [2013] Executive summary : conservation in the West poll ; the 2013 survey of the attitudes of voters in six Western states
    [2013] Executive summary : conservation in the West poll ; the 2013 survey of the attitudes of voters in six Western states

    For the third year in a row, the State of the Rockies Project, in conjunction with Lori Weigel, Public Opinion Strategies and Dave Metz, Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates, has conducted the Conservation in the West Poll. For more complete 2013 Conservation in the West Poll findings and more information visit: www.stateoftherockies.com.

  • Thumbnail for Environmental groups and public involvement in forest health decisions
    Environmental groups and public involvement in forest health decisions

    Suzanne Jones and Sloan Shoemaker give an insight into the role of environmental group and public involvement in the forest decisions made by the government concerning the future of our national and state forests. Suzanne Jones is the central Rocky Mountain regional director of the Wilderness Society and Sloan Shoemaker is the executive director of the Aspen Wilderness Workshop. Recorded January 31, 2011.

  • Thumbnail for 2011 and 2011/2012 Summer research team : Colorado College State of the Rockies Project
    2011 and 2011/2012 Summer research team : Colorado College State of the Rockies Project

    Biography sheet of the summer 2011 and 2011-2012 Colorado College State of the Rockies Project Summer Research Team.

  • Thumbnail for Impersonation: Rockies' history comes alive
    Impersonation: Rockies' history comes alive by Jenkinson, Clay

    Clay Jenkinson, cultural commentator, author, and first-person impersonator, in-character as John Wesley Powell, offers contemporary comments on Powell's reactions to the challenges facing the Rocky Mountain region today. Jenkinson is the scholar behind the Thomas Jefferson of public radio's The Thomas Jefferson Hour and winner of the Charles Frankel Prize. Recorded April 13, 2006.

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    Gilpin Glass Slide Collection by Gilpin, Laura , Colorado College

    Digitized version of black-and-white glass positive slide (lantern slides).

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