Fish Creek Road runs along the eastern edge of Estes Park, Colorado – or at least it used to. The recent record rainfall of September 2013 flooded Fish Creek proper, washing away entire segments of the roadway that runs alongside it – more than three miles of roadway, according to
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This week at CU-Boulder, learn how 21st century energy technologies fuel human progress and explore the starry sky. Or, head down to Denver to hear about the living wall research project. Also, after an extremely dry summer in Colorado, the Center of the American West will release A Ditch in Time: The City, the West and Water on Wednesday, September 5th.
By Marissa McNatt
This year, the League of American Bicyclists rated Boulder one of the top three bicycle-friendly communities in the U.S. Help Community Cycles keep the next generation of Boulderites using this sustainable mode of transport at their annual bike giveaway on Sunday.
As we enter into the depths of the holiday season, Boulder has temporarily slowed down on hosting environmental and science events. Instead of listing events this week, as we usually do at The Boulder Stand, we’ve written up a short list of destinations in Boulder, and its surrounds, that are well worth visiting over the weekend or during the holidays. From swimming with sharks to learning more about our solar system, there is plenty to do.