Some of your favorite Boulder County bodies of water have an interesting past. Find out more about the unique stories of our lakes, ponds and reservoirs, plus see photos from their past, in this post with our friends at Museum of Boulder. Boulder Reservoir Boulder Reservoir was initially constructed in 1954-55. It was to be
In honor of Pride Month, our friends at the Museum of Boulder interviewed Glenda Russell, a psychologist and researcher who has been working to understand and write about Boulder’s LGBTQ history for many decades. Below is an excerpt from that interview. You can learn more from Glenda and others who were there to help shape
Do you snowshoe? People have probably been snowshoeing in Boulder County for hundreds of years.
If you think of skiing in Colorado, chances are you will think of Aspen, Vail, Breckenridge or Keystone. But Boulder County and even Boulder itself have a rich history of skiing all their own. From Eldora in Nederland to the University of Colorado ski team that helped the USA medal in the 1964 Olympics, Boulder
If you go to the Boulder Farmers Market on a Saturday in the summer, you will see that agriculture is thriving in Boulder County. Where did it all start? The evolution of agriculture in the Boulder Valley began almost immediately upon its settlement by miners decades ago. Irrigation: “A Constructed Oasis” Early westward explorers found
Elevations Foundation is proud to support Boulder County-based nonprofit Growing Gardens through its Community Grants program. Watch the video below to learn about Growing Gardens’ Cultiva Youth Project and how it is impacting the lives of children in Boulder County. Growing Gardens was established when it took on a long-term lease of 11 acres from