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Cara Pallone

Despite its iconic stature, the plight of the native Colorado River cutthroat trout has been both challenging and uncertain. Cara Pallone, with KOTO Community Radio and Western Slope Resources Reporting, shares this story about an ongoing restoration project at an alpine lake near Telluride.

Apple Core Project Revives Rural Heirloom Fruit Production

Aug 22, 2018
Apple Core Project

The Apple Core Project in parts of Western Colorado aims to revive rural heirloom fruit production. KOTO’s Katie Klingsporn has the story.

Community Composting Thrives in Ophir, CO

Jul 11, 2018
Katie Klingsporn


Tucked into a corner of San Miguel County, one small community is embarking on a big endeavor toward sustainability. KOTO’s Katie Klingsporn has the story...

Colorado

KOTO’s Cara Pallone recently interviewed the Democratic candidates for Colorado Attorney General, Rep. Joe Salazar and Phil Weiser. Follow the link to listen to the full interviews.

Cara Pallone, KOTO

San Miguel County – which hovers around 8,000 people and is tucked into the Southwest corner of Colorado – can best be described as a “tale of two counties.” Cara Pallone of K-O-T-O Radio and Western Slope Resources Reporting, explains how a new farm to community food share program serves as a bridge between communities.

Research Project Aims to Understand Fate of Rosy-Finch

Apr 23, 2018
Katie Klingsporn

One bird species population maybe declining due to climate change. Researches are working hard to change that. KOTO’s Katie Klingsporn has more…

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Two young sisters have been identified as the victims of a double homicide that took place near Norwood, a small ranching community about 30 miles west of Telluride. The cause of their deaths remains under investigation. San Miguel County District Judge Keri Yoder recently ordered the unsealing of the affidavit in the murdr case. KOTO's Cara Pallone reports.