Tuesday, June 15, 2010

The "We Know Snow" Crew's June 14th powder Day!

Jordan Marrou 2010 M8 June 13th 2010 18" of powder in the Snowies from Jordan Marrou on Vimeo.

Jordan Slays A June Powder Day! Wait, What? No really, watch the vid.

From The Web: Save the Colorado

Save the Colorado
To serve the needs of human populations, for the last decade the Colorado River has been completely drained dry by the time it reaches the Sea of Cortez. While the destruction of the river is a clear and obvious consequence of our actions, additional threats to the Colorado River - from its headwaters in Rocky Mountain National Park, all the way to its dry destiny near the Sea of Cortez - are increasing with each tick of the clock.Climate change is looming, population growth is escalating, more dams and diversions are planned, species are on the brink of extinction, oil/gas/mineral exploration near the river is increasing, and invasive species are continuing their march up and down the river and its tributaries.The Save the Colorado campaign won't be able to address all of these threats, but it's important to tell the whole story and begin the critical work of restoration.