In 2017, the suicide rate in Durango, Colorado, was three times the national average. After 32 deaths in two years, the town's leaders banded together and instituted a range of changes with the goal of stopping the contagion. Their efforts may help other mountain towns to put an end to the grim "suicide belt" moniker for good.
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Florence Williams has been writing about the tangible benefits of getting outdoors for years. Presenting the best of what she's learned.
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