CMC Steamboat Spring’s student Mackenzie Dormer’s column on the ecological, economic and social impacts of food waste ran in the April 22, 2016  Community Agriculture Column of the Steamboat Pilot. Dormer organizes the Steamboat Spring’s campus’ Food Recovery Network chapter and organizes student volunteers and food...

This article was published in the Steamboat Pilot and Today. By Scott Franz.  Cameron Poole still remembers when Colorado Mountain College’s cafeteria was more, well, college-like. “It had a good salad bar, but we were always having french fries, grilled cheese and chicken nuggets,” Poole says. Those days are long...

Karina Rivas, a Basalt High School graduate and current CMC student in Advanced ESL classes, recently was awarded a full-tuition scholarship at the University of Phoenix. The following story was originally published in the March 31 edition of the Aspen Times. After escaping El Salvador violence, recent immigrant to...

This Q & A with Jordan Thomas on Colorado Mountain College in Leadville’s annual Cloud City Rail Jam event was published in the March 22 Summit Daily News. This year’s event takes place Saturday, March 26, starting at 11:15 AM. By Phil Lindeman. There’s nothing like a spring rail jam. When the weather warms and the...

Ski area operations alum Karen Gilliot runs snowcats in both hemispheres. By Carrie Click. This slideshow requires JavaScript. While Karen Bruce Gilliot was growing up in Belle Vernon, a little borough outside Pittsburgh, she skied at Seven Springs. It’s a Pennsylvania ski area that tops out at just less than 3,000...

Creating paintings for the upcoming Colorado Mountain College and Bookcliffs Arts Center Fine Arts Show in Rifle are, front to back, CMC art students Sue Martin and Silvia Lucatero, and art instructor Lanny Grant. Photo Laura Hardman The halls of Colorado Mountain College in Rifle will be filled with artwork this...

This article on Wednesday’s upcoming Adventure Showcase event was published in the Steamboat Pilot March 17. CMC alumni and adjunct outdoor faculty Luke Kimmes will be among the many inspiring Steamboat locals sharing recent adventures at the event. Kimmes will share tales from a 5200-mile canoe expedition across North...

This spotlight on CMC friend and Board of Overseers member Jim Calaway was published in Grand Junction’s Daily Sentinel March 14, 2016. By Dennis Webb. Native Texan Jim Calaway used to own a condo in Aspen, but when it came time to move to Colorado full-time, he was like many others who decided he preferred a cheaper...

This article was first printed in the Glenwood Post Independent. By Heather McGregor, CLEER Building and mechanical contractors, architects, real estate professionals, property managers, materials suppliers and anyone interested in energy efficiency can learn about the latest trends at the 2016 Energy Smart...

This article was first published in the Leadville Today. By Kathy Bedell. This Sunday, March 13, Merilee Maupin, former Race Director of the Leadville Trail 100 (LT100) will be honored with a Sportswoman of Colorado award. The honor recognizes Colorado’s outstanding female athletes, coaches, mentors and others who...