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Rocky Mountain Community Radio is a coalition of non-commercial radio stations in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. Member stations broadcast diverse news and music programming. We gather for an annual conference at rotating host stations.
  •  A hazy view of the Flatirons from South Boulder Road in Boulder, Colorado.
    Shannon Young
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    KGNU
    The Environmental Protection Agency has issued a final determination to downgrade air quality in the Denver Metro and Northern Front Range area to “severe” non-attainment for ground level ozone. The effects of poor air quality on cardio-respiratory health are well documented, but recent studies show bad air may also affect the gut microbiome in people as young as infants.
  • Bryce Belanger, Jessica Oster and Cameron de Wet set up an autosampler to collect drip water in Titan Cave.
    Lindsay D’Addato
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    High Country News
    Formations in a Wyoming cave that are hundreds of thousands of years old, are helping scientists better understand the climate crisis. The research is paired with information gathered from neighboring lake sediment to help inform climate modeling.