These funds will go directly towards a crucial project of climate change science research on our local public lands, how climate change may affect local flora and fauna, and what we can do to protect vulnerable species and wildlife corridors in the face of a changing landscape due to climate.
Good news for those seeking protection for water quality, wildlife habitat and quiet recreation
Photo by Cyrt Nimz, a Wild Connections' volunteer
Support the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act!
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Colorado US Senator Michael Bennet and Congressman Joe Neguse recently introduced the Colorado Recreation & Economy (CORE) Act!
The CORE Act unites 4 previously introduce bill and will protect nearly 400,000 acres of Colorado public lands, including establishing 73,000 acres of new wilderness areas!
This Act unites and improves 4 previously introduced bills: The Continental Divide Recreation, Wilderness and Camp Hale Legacy Act, the San Juan Mountains Wilderness Act, the Thompson Divide Withdrawal and Protection Act, and the Curecanti National Recreation Area Boundary Establishment Act.
2019 State of the Rockies Conservation in the West Poll
is now available!
2019 State of the Rockies Colorado Fact Sheet.
Colorado College's 9th annual State of the Rockies Conservation in the West poll was just released!
The survey polled registered voters from the 8 Rocky Mountain States. Voters responded to questions concerning climate, energy, outdoor recreation, water, wildlife, the role of government, trade-offs with economies, and citizen priorities.
You can find all of their outstanding 2019 findings and reports at: