High-country berry crops OK, DOW says

Division of Wildlife officer Kevin Wright examines a bear trap set last fall in Aspen. Bear conflicts arise when high-country food sources are scarce and bears start breaking into garbage cans and sometime homes seeking food.



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Division of Wildlife officer Kevin Wright examines a bear trap set last fall in Aspen. Bear conflicts arise when high-country food sources are scarce and bears start breaking into garbage cans and sometime homes seeking food.

Grape growers in the Grand Valley might be worried about a lost crop after several hard freezes last winter, but early signs indicate most high-country berry crops are doing OK. It’s…




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