Defining "equitable conservation" better should lead to better practices.
In a new study, researchers have uncovered intriguing changes in snowfall and warming winter temperatures along the Rocky Mountains.
Part of the Natural Resources Consortium annual meeting, the roundtable discussion was focused on how landowners are adapting to increased risks of drought, floods and other changing weather patterns.
Read KUNC's coverage of CSU's research on the benefits of beaver's natural engineering to water quantity and the ecosystems they occupy.
As satellite images become more ubiquitous, we should reflect on where they come from, how they are created, and the purpose for their use.
Many people in rural southern Africa live without any potable water at all. And many are at serious risk because of global climate change.
In a new study, researchers found that snow persistence can be used to map patterns of annual streamflow in dry parts of the western U.S.
About a dozen students gathered outside the Durrell Center for a "hiving," placing honey bees in three newly built hives.
SoGES is offering free tickets for the April 26 performance of Dirt: A Terra Nova Expedition.