Films for Armchair Adventurers
Jan 27, 2023 11:15AM ● By Colleen M. Story
Thanks to one local woman and the Rotary Club, the Banff Film Festival returns to Grand Junction and adds a stop in DeltaRead More »
A worm's eye view of composting
Dec 22, 2022 11:42AM ● By Bryan Reed
Vermicomposting can take your home composting to the next levelRead More »
Winter wildlife fun
Dec 22, 2022 10:48AM ● By Kimberly Blaker
Here are a few ways to teach your grandkids about local wildlife.Read More »
What’s your camp style?
Aug 01, 2022 02:33PM ● By Cloie Sandlin
I’m not much of a camper, which sounds like sacrilege in Colorado. I prefer to remain spoiled with modern-day luxuries, but I’m not opposed to “roughing it” for brief durations.Read More »
Explore natural beauty and cultural wonders
May 03, 2022 02:31PM ● By Victor Block
These 7 UNESCO sites in the United States range from alluring parks to architectural treasures and cultural icons.Read More »
Is my cat an adventure cat?
May 03, 2022 10:36AM ● By Sara Ferguson
Doing fun things with your cat can enrich his or her life and deepen your bond. Here's how to determine if your cat is an adventure cat.Read More »
Camping with grandkids?
May 03, 2022 10:31AM ● By Jan Weeks
A child’s survival kit is a must when camping, here are 7 simple items to pack in a survival kit.Read More »
Outdoorsy autumn adventures with the grandkids
Sep 01, 2018 01:26AM ● By Kimberly Blaker
Summer may be seen as the outdoor season, but autumn also offers lots of opportunities for outdoor bonding and fun in cooler weather. Try so...Read More »
Liberty Cap: an excellent outdoor adventure
Aug 30, 2017 11:00AM ● By Jan Weeks
An article in The BEACON motivated me to put a trip up Liberty Cap trail on my life list, under Things to Do This Year. And what better time...Read More »
Is your lawn and garden bird friendly?
Aug 31, 2016 10:52PM ● By Guest
Birds are more than just beautiful visitors to your lawn and garden. They are an important component of a healthy local ecosystem. Making yo...Read More »
History meets adventure in western Colorado
Aug 31, 2016 03:08PM ● By Cecily Whiteside
Anyone hiking the Colorado canyons with regularity will stumble across Paleolithic rock art or old cowboy and mining camps. The rock of the ...Read More »