Karl’s parents were children of the Great Depression who came of age fighting in WWII and working in factories. They raised children who were not only daily acquainted with the hard work of ranching in the West, but were taught the value of good education. Karl’s sister, Anne, runs the ranch today, while Karl became a first-generation college student, putting himself through university and law school to practice water law on the Western Slope. More about Karl.
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