IPF in the News


‘I wasn’t prepared for the carnage’

This season’s historic avalanche activity has dramatically affected Lincoln Creek, the popular recreation area 10 miles up Independence Pass.

Traveling Independence Pass by bike, hike, skin and ski

Karin Teague isn’t the kind of nonprofit executive director who spends a lot of time behind a desk. The nature of her job at the Independence Pass Foundation is to be outside.

Ride for the Pass proceeds will help clean up Lincoln Creek campsites after avalanches

Cyclists from the Roaring Fork Valley can help clean up the Independence Pass corridor avalanche debris this year without leaving the saddle of their bikes.

Mountain boy snow fence removal SWAN SONG for regional mule team

Aspen Public Radio interview with IPF Director Karin Teague, Lead Packer Glenn Ryan, and WRNF Supervisor Scott Fitzwilliams

Local Pikas Provide Clues to Climate Impacts

Aspen Public Radio Interview with Pika Project Lead Scientist Megan Mueller and IPF Director Karin Teague

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MULEs & inmates help clean up Mountain boy basin

Erica Robbie, Aspen Times, Denver Post, and US News & World Report

AGCI interview with director  karin teague

with Aspen Global Change Institute

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High Points: Time to Go Higher

Paul E. Anna, The Aspen Times