Aces Stories

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    04  Oct

    Smuggler Mountain Restoration Work

    ACES' Forest Health Program (formerly For the Forest) is excited about upcoming collaborations with local and federal government agencies to promote healthy, resilient forest.
     
    Beginning today ACES, the City of Aspen, and Pitkin County Open Space are working together on three restoration projects in the wildland-urban interface on Smuggler Mountain. Each project seeks to improve wildlife habitat, and reduce fuel loads in different vegetation types: Gambel oak, lodgepole pine, and aspen.
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    14  Sep

    Don't Leaf Aspen Without Peeping Those Colors!

    Leaf Peeper: (n.) One who travels to view and photograph changing leaf colors in the fall.
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    14  Sep

    Choose Your Own Adventure

    What's more important in life than surrounding yourself by beautiful people? The answer is nothing, however a close second goes to beautiful places. The conclusion of this summer was a difficult period for me.
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    27  Jul

    Who's That Dipping Under My Bridge?

    "He is the mountain streams' own darling, the hummingbird of blooming waters, loving rocky ripple-slopes and sheets of foam as a bee loves flowers, as a lark loves sunshine and meadows.  Among all the mountain birds, none has cheered me so much in my lonely wanderings, none so unfailingly." - John Muir, The Mountains of California 

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