up bear creek
It’s the time of year when you should curl up and read a good book. Herewith, a few recommendations.
A sad farewell to Jim Spor, for whom life without his beloved wife was “unbearable.” And happy 70th wedding anniversary to Carrie and Clyde Free.
Can Public Land Partnership take on the hard topics?
Recent discovery of skull and crossbones posters nailed up in the Blanding area warning members of and environmental group to stay out of San Juan County, Utah, are not being taken lightly.
Winter is here, and a U.S. Congress minus John Salazar (and an ineffectual Sen. Mark Udall?) is cold comfort.
Thoughts on the so-called New Millennium, and then some.
Breakfast with new 58th House District Rep Don Coram and a look at how green this green can be.
A welcome to new U.S. Representative Scott Tipton and a look at local books and poetry.
The Forest Service is about to put the finishing touches on a draft planning rule that will guide new forest plans for the next decade or so, and collaboration is a big piece of that new rule.
Fungophiles, unite! ... Hallucinogens as Medicine ... White Buffalo in Jeopardy
A Poem for Aaron Moon Cruttenden …help White Buffalo Farm…
A report on the 21st Annual Headwaters Conference…Lamenting the loss of Jim Starr…
The American political pendulum continues its swing.
Celebrating past and present in San Fran in the midst of a World Series.
“Every so often you have to wake up and jump off a cliff.”
ELECTION ADVICE … I know I have many faithful readers who say to me, “I don’t always agree with your views, but I do enjoy your columns.” If that’s your space and my brand of radical middle, Green ...
UP BEAR CREEK A hike up the California coastline
Harvest-time...The arrest of D.A. Serra...An alternative cancer treatment...And thank you, CDOT
Art Goodtimes is proud to be a Green in support of incumbent Democrat Senator Michael Bennet.
Do we file a right to protect native fish and other riparian values or, do we try and figure out all the future developments we humans want in the basin and make those future uses a priority?