Artificial turf and how it has evolved

Artificial turf and how it has evolved

We’re getting more proficient at making artificial things appear like the real thing. From plant-based Impossible Burgers to porcelain tiles that are the spitting image of marble, reproductions sometimes offer benefits that improve upon the real deal. Artificial grass has improved over time, too.

Turf benefits environment and increases property values

Turf benefits environment and increases property values

Turf often gets a bad rap. Because people do not really understand the water requirements of their lawns, or newly established sod, it is often mischaracterized as a water guzzler. However, grass doesn’t waste water, people do.

Discovery Ridge: Superior views, superior homes

Discovery Ridge: Superior views, superior homes

The pace of sales at Discovery Ridge, eight miles south of Boulder on a gorgeous ridge overlooking the town of Superior, has accelerated this Summer. Of the 20 homes on Canary Lane, only 5 are still available.

Living with the threat of wildfire

Living with the threat of wildfire

The fires in recent weeks in Routt County and Western states bringing haze to the Front Range are a huge wake-up call to be prepared, especially for those who live in the mountains and foothills where wildfire is an ongoing hazard.

Baby Boomers move on hot seller’s market

Baby Boomers move on hot seller’s market

If there’s one group poised to sell their home, it’s the boomer generation – those aged 57 to 75 years old. And in today’s hot market and high prices, this group is cashing in.

As threats remain, patronage key to local produce viability

While most of Colorado is enjoying not having to wear masks in public places and finding socializing readily available, parts of society are grappling with changes in workforce, supply chains and certainty of plans for “normal” when looking into the future.

The annual weeds of summer

The annual weeds of summer

With the recent moisture and the heat of summer, summer annual weeds have sprouted and are growing in Colorado.

Thinking Huts: Building Schools Where There Are None

Thinking Huts: Building Schools Where There Are None

Is it possible to close the education gap in underdeveloped countries via sustainable 3D-printed schools? Maggie Grout of Loveland knows it can and will soon see her vision become reality this fall in Madagascar.