Courtesy of Southwest Farm Fresh Cooperative

What’s it like to manage a farmer cooperative during a drought? 

First Snow Settles at Purgatory Resort

Oct 8, 2018
Courtesy of Grady James/Purgatory Resort

Early signs of winter are entering the Four Corners: Rico reported light snow this morning while Cortez received a brief smattering of hail around noon — and Durango’s Purgatory Resort prepared for the incoming ski season. 

Courtesy of Navajo Nation Washington Office

Navajo Nation Speaker LoRenzo Bates is calling for Arizonans to vote “no” on Proposition 127, citing possible economic strain and infringement of the tribe’s sovereignty.

Cara Pallone

Despite its iconic stature, the plight of the native Colorado River cutthroat trout has been both challenging and uncertain.

A.J. Fullerton Reflects on Home, Future

Sep 28, 2018
Courtesy of A.J. Fullerton

As a kid, one of the first albums A.J. Fullerton heard from his parents’ collection was by Mississippi John Hurt. Today, the Montrose-raised musician records his own music and takes his roots on the road.