In the heart of Colorado’s Sawatch Range, Knapp Ranch is propelled by a vision to preserve the land, water, and wildlife in a rustic and timeless setting.
AWN Member Spotlight
Sara Chase Shaw, writer of “Living Beneath the Colorado Peaks: The Story of Knapp Ranch” was featured in AWN's Member Spotlight.Read More
Aspen author Sarah Chase Shaw to discuss ‘Living Beneath the Colorado Peaks’
Bud Knapp's first trip to Vail was prompted by an Architectural Digest assignment in the 1960s. Ten years later he returned to ski with his wife and business partner, Betsy. That trip changed the course of their lives.Read More
Bud Knapp speaks at Vail Symposium’s Community Conversations
In this special edition of the Vail Symposium’s Community Conversations, a panel of several community leaders and stakeholders will discuss the considerations involved when balancing the desire for conservation with the need for development in Eagle County.Read More
The Farm at Knapp Ranch & Chef Kelly Liken Raise nearly $40,000 For Walking Mountains
The generosity found in the Eagle Valley from our donors and the community never fails to amaze us here at Walking Mountains. It is through our donors, and people just like you, that we are able to achieve our mission and reach over 127,000 people annually.Read More
High Altitude Society: Eagle River Youth Coalition’s 11th annual Valley Tastings celebrates youth
Children, parents, grandparents and friends gathered to celebrate youth last month.
Eagle River Youth Coalition's 11th annual Valley Tastings was a resplendent outdoor fete, with sumptuous samples from 13 area restaurants, live music from Hardscrabble and brews from Bonfire Brewing. The annual fundraiser highlights accomplished youth in the valley and the adults who support them.
Letter: Thank you for supporting Eagle River Youth Coalition fundraiser
Making youth a community priority is the guiding principle of all that Eagle River Youth Coalition does. This comes in so many forms and cannot be done alone.Read More
Local author advocates for preservation
Bud Knapp's first trip to Vail was prompted by an Architectural Digest assignment in the 1960s. Ten years later he returned to ski with his wife and business partner, Betsy. That trip changed the course of their lives....Read More
Valley Tastings in Gypsum offers a bite of Eagle Valley’s culinary bounty
There are so very many great eateries in this valley, sometimes it's daunting to think of getting a taste of what's out there. Hence the popularity of Valley Tastings, an event that promises to deliver a bite of this region's culinary options.Read More
Garden to Glass and Farm to Fork support Eagle Valley Land Trust
On Thursday, Aug. 16, on a beautiful hillside overlooking the Eagle River Valley, the Eagle Valley Land Trust held the 2018 Garden to Glass event and Farm to Fork dinner in support of forever protecting the lands that we love.Read More
Knapp Ranch: Stunning property with a story to match its beauty
he Knapp Ranch is a stunning property with a remarkable story to share...Read More
Leading the Way Forward: Stunning New Colorado-based Book Inspires Readers to Implement Innovative Sustainability Practices
Living Beneath the Colorado Peaks: The Story of Knapp Ranch is a gorgeous new coffee table book that shows readers why embracing sustainability practices—traditional methods and new technology—pays off in the lives of present day individuals and future generations.View Release
Perfect Holiday Gift: New Book Living Beneath the Colorado Peaks Combines Breathtaking Photography and Rocky Mountain Lifestyle Inspiration
Finding that perfect holiday gift just got a whole lot easier. A new coffee table book will be a thoughtful, treasured gift for anyone who lives in or loves the Colorado mountain lifestyle.Read More
Planting Roots in the High Country: New Book Reveals the Trials and Triumphs of Growing Food at 9,000 Feet
A new coffee table book shows how the former publishers of Bon Appetit magazine brokered a truce with Mother Nature by using old world farming techniques grounded in sustainable practices and modern technology to successfully grow crops at high elevations...Read More
Living History: Architecture Tells the Story of Colorado’s Settlers in New Book Living Beneath the Colorado Peaks: The Story of Knapp Ranch Wednesday, August 1, 2018
Creating a fictional story based on Colorado's Vail Valley pioneering settlement patterns gave Knapp Ranch's architects and builders a blueprint for creating a built environment based on history, craftsmanship and the natural setting. New book 'Living Beneath the Colorado Peaks: The Story of Knapp Ranch' explores how architecture can bring history to life...Read More
Don’t Mess it Up: New Book, Living Beneath the Colorado Peaks: The Story of Knapp Ranch, Artfully Illustrates Couples’ Guiding Land Management Principle
"Living Beneath the Colorado Peaks: The Story of Knapp Ranch" follows the journey of Betsy and Bud Knapp, former publishers of Architectural Digest and Bon Appetit magazines, as they transformed their high alpine ranch in the Vail Valley of Colorado into a paradigm for land management practices.Read More
Living Beneath the Colorado Peaks, The Story of Knapp Ranch: An Inspiring New Coffee Table Book is a Vision of Architectural Design and Land Stewardship
Living Beneath the Colorado Peaks, The Story of Knapp Ranch is a coffee table book published by The Knapp Press and distributed by Gibbs Smith, Publisher set to be released on Sept. 11, 2018.Read More
The Plight of Honeybees
PALISADE, Colo. - In honor of the Palisade International Honeybee Festival, KREX 5 News decided to take a look at the challenges bees face.
Bees are in the middle of a serious battle. "It's not a good situation," said Carmen Weiland, the head beekeeper at Knapp Ranch...