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A Discouraging Word?

Here’s an update from an earlier story I mentioned in the blog about Ted Turner donating a small herd of buffalo to roam some open space acreage just southeast of Boulder, Colorado: From an article in the Boulder Daily Camera, … Continue reading

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A Legacy of Landscape

Following up on the earlier post about Ted Turner, an article appeared today in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.  It’s something of mini-biography of Mr. Turner and all of his Montana connections and land purchases throughout recent decades.  The article describes … Continue reading

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Ted Turner Donates Bison to Boulder

The mascot for the University of Colorado is the buffalo.  Another term is bison (interestingly, both terms mean ox-like animal), and soon the mighty bison (or buffalo) may be making an appearance in Boulder on more than just the side … Continue reading

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