Daniel is a Michigan transplant to the Four Corners by way of southern Brazil. After years of flirting with trips to the Southwest, he’s finally found a way to combine his loves of public radio and exploring the region by becoming KSJD’s Morning Edition Host and Reporter.
Traveling along western rivers can give a glimpse into the power of erosion. The region’s deepest canyons were formed by moving water. But if you look closer, you can also see the ways humans have tried to control that process for their benefit, including some unconventional methods from decades ago that are still affecting waterways today.
Glacier National Park? "Too cold for me." Grand Canyon? "A hole. A very, very large hole." Illustrator Amber Share has turned one-star reviews of America's treasured lands into vintage style posters.
Gov. Jared Polis visited Memorial Rock Tuesday, one of two boulders that wrecked a stretch of Colorado Highway 145 in May. Emergency reconstruction of...