5280

5280

For those that are new to Denver, it may take a second or two to figure out that 5280 Magazine takes its name from the city’s mile-high elevation. The magazine began in 1993 with the simple but unprecedented step of asking 75,000 area residents...

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Jeff Lee

Jeff Lee is director of the Rocky Mountain Land Library, a nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to encourage a greater awareness of the land. For the past twenty years, he has also been a bookseller at Denver’s legendary...

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Richard L. Knight

Richard L. Knight

Richard L. Knight is interested in the ecological effects associated with the conversion of the Old West to the New West. A professor of wildlife conservation at Colorado State University, he received his graduate degrees from the University of...

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Edward Kadlecek & Mabell Kadlecek

Edward and Mabell lived most of their lives in Beaver Valley in northwestern Nebraska and were lifelong friends of the Pine Ridge people. Edward Kadlecek passed away shortly after the first publication of To Kill an Eagle. Mabell Kadlecek now...

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Pat Hagan

Because he can’t hold down a regular job, Pat Hagan has worked for the last 19 summers as a Seasonal Naturalist in Glacier National Park. He’s slowly letting go of the idea of growing up, and behaving like normal people his age...

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Alan Hafer

Alan Hafer

A former school superintendent, Alan Hafer has earned degrees from Chadron State College, Colorado State University, and the University of Colorado. He has taught at every level from junior high through graduate school; he has also worked as a...

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Joseph R. Evans

Joseph R. Evans retired in 2006 after thirty-three years as a National Park Ranger. For thirteen years, he was the Chief Ranger of Rocky Mountain National Park. He worked in nine national parks, including assignments in Yosemite, Grand Canyon...

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Howard Ensign Evans

Howard Ensign Evans

Born in East Hartford, Connecticut, the son of Archie and Adella (Ensign) Evans, he developed an interest in natural history, and insects in particular, as a child on his parents’ tobacco farm. He attended the University of Connecticut, and...

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Colorado State University Extension

Colorado State University Extension

Do you sometimes feel like you’re on information overload? With hundreds of television channels to choose from, social media options such as Twitter and Facebook, and more and more websites popping up every day, it’s challenging to know which...

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Daniel P. Beard

Daniel P. Beard

DANIEL P. BEARD has been a forceful advocate for reform of water resource policy and management issues for more than four decades. He has extensive experience working in the private sector and government. His government service includes positions...

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Andrew J. Field

Andrew J. Field

Education and Legal Career: Skidmore College (B.A. in Philosophy, with honors, 1986); J.D., Vermont Law School (Magna Cum Laude, 1989); Law Clerk, Judge David M. Ebel, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit (1989-90); Deputy District...

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Tracy Beach

Tracy Beach, a Colorado historian and author, was raised in Salida, the small Colorado town that Laura (the subject of My Life as a Whore) called home for fifty-three years, and was determined to give this wonderful woman her final wish a...

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