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Dylan, Participant

What’s going on people, my name is Big Dylan and I am here to tell you about the team’s latest adventures. So far the team has just finished a rafting trip in Bluff, Utah. We also went to the Ute mountain tribal park, Colorado. My favorite part......Read More

Colorado River Basin: Sustainable Relationships with Land and Water in the Western USA

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An obese goat named Fritz

Sophia, Participant

Yak of the Week

Hey guys, its Sophia. These past few weeks have been busy in the best way, so I apologize if this Yak is a little bit all over the place. I’m not sure what other people have been writing about, but I just wanted to share some of my favorite......Read More

Colorado River Basin: Sustainable Relationships with Land and Water in the Western USA

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Farming in Paonia

Emmy, Participant

Hey everyone! My name is Emmy Paletz and my favorite part of the trip so far was the time we spent at a small farm in Paonia with a really amazing guy named Jeff Wagner, and a small group of people we called The Fellows. We learned about the......Read More

Colorado River Basin: Sustainable Relationships with Land and Water in the Western USA

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Farming in Paonia

Nick, Participant

July 20th 2021 We have just left a farm in Paonia. We have been learning about sustainable farming, global warming, housing, and seeds. We met a man named Jeff who had us work on projects on the farm like composting, harvesting, irrigating and......Read More

Colorado River Basin: Sustainable Relationships with Land and Water in the Western USA

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Yakkity Yak

Liz, Participant

Yak of the Week

Hey y’all it’s Liz! Shout out to all my peeps back at home. I miss you all (especially my baker park fam) and I can’t wait to share everything with everyone once I get back. The last few days of trekking have been unbelievable. Our bodies have......Read More

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Trekking and more

Ben, Participant

July 16th 2021 The four days before today my group and I were on a trek through gunnison national forest and went through a place called storm pass. The most important part of this trek for me was seeing the view on top of the peak that we climbed.......Read More

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Water in the West

Bridger, Participant

Dr. Jeff Sellen is the Director of Environment and Sustainability Program at Wester Colorado University. Before talking to us he showed us an irrigation ditch running through campus which eventually supplies water to the city of Gunnison. After this......Read More