Category: Community Herbalism

Breaking News

James “ Jaime” Stewart Apprehended

Within three days of escaping Mr. Stewart was apprehended and is now in Custody again.  On October 28, the Saguache County Sheriffs Office confirmed via Facebook the apprehension of Mr. Stewart.  On 10/26/2019 at approximately 7:10 pm a male inmate managed to escape from the Saguache County Jail. His name is James “ Jaime” Stewart. He is 6 foot 1 inch and weighs 230 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes.  Mr. Stewart was currently being jailed for violation of parole and has been known to have violent tendencies. If seen please do not try to apprehend and call 911 immediately. As of Sunday, October 27 at 5:30 pm James “ Jaime” Stewart was still at large. Do not pick up any hitchhikers that resembles him. Sheriff is advising that you keep your doors and windows locked.

Skies over Crestone

Skies Over Crestone: October 2019 Count the stars!

At the start of the month, one hour after sunset, Saturn is in the south-southwest, above the handle of the teapot of Sagittarius. It is part of a long line of three major planets with Jupiter and Venus. Watch the movement of Venus throughout this month. By its end, Venus will have charged past Jupiter and will be approaching Saturn The big event will be the rare passage of Mercury across the face of our sun. The last one visible on the earth was three and a half years ago May 9, 2016 and the next will be 13 years in the future on May 13, 2032. A telescope with a good solar filter will be necessary to observe this transit. Be very careful!

Alternative/Green Building

EarthArtVillage: Pioneers in Living & Learning

The Crestone Eagle, May 2002: EarthArt Village (EAV), located between Road T and Villa Grove off CR 64, is framed to the east by the burly peaks of the Sangres, and embraced from the southwest by the vast openness of the San...

Living on the Earth

The Closed Basin Project Dead trees, dry creeks & dropping water tables

As you approach Crestone on T Road you may notice that North Crestone Creek, which runs into the Wildlife Refuge, is dry; and you may also notice that most of the many cottonwood trees that follow its course are dead or dying. As the raven flies across the North Crestone Creek watershed, from the peaks surrounding Ground Hog Basin and the Venable Cirque which drain into the North Fork, across the two great basins that drain off the sides of Comanche and Fluted peaks into the Middle Fork, to the peaks surrounding North Crestone Lake and North Crestone Creek, is a distance of five miles. Y

Climate and Environment

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Backpacking & Hiking

Crestonians Around the World

Crestonians visit sacred sites in Britain

The Crestone Eagle, December 2002: Crestonians visit sacred sites in Britain by Malina Feder In mid-October I returned from a pilgrimage to the United Kingdom. You might be asking yourselves, “Why a pilgrimage to the UK?” Well...

Crestone and Spirituality

Gardening

Crestone Gardening—High and Dry

The Crestone Eagle, July 2002: Crestone Gardening—High and Dry by Matie Belle Lakish Crestone called to me eight and a half years ago, and while I lived in awe of the incredible vistas outside my windows, I began wondering how I...

Local Weather

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Upcoming Events

  1. Saguache County Tax Lien Sale

    November 12 @ 8:00 am - November 14 @ 12:00 pm
  2. Flow into Gratitude for Strength & Healing: Joyful Journey Yoga Retreat to Benefit the Rio Grande Farm Park

    November 15 @ 4:00 pm - November 17 @ 11:30 am
  3. Annual Baca Grande POA Members’ meeting

    November 15 @ 7:00 pm
  4. Video conference with Andrew Romanoff

    November 16 @ 3:15 pm
  5. Sukavati Puja

    November 16 @ 4:30 pm

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