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Volunteer training to showcase experts

Chimney Rock National Monument Volunteer Training Days will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 10-11 at the Pagosa Lakes Property Owners Association Clubhouse, 230 Port Ave. in Pagosa Springs.

The training by Chimney Rock Interpretive Association will feature two keynote speakers who are renowned scholars of archaeology and the Chacoan culture: Steve Lekson, curator of anthropology and professor of anthropology at the University of Colorado, Boulder; and Dan Simplicio, cultural...

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  • Edible Landscape

      With food prices going through the roof, folks across the nation are returning to an age old tradition, planting beautiful, money saving and edible landscaping. Instead of just colorful vegetation, growing beautiful and edible yard plants can save money on the food bill, provide a very local source for nutrition and help reduce one’s […]

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