North American Wild ways courtesy The Wildlands Network
Wild Connections' vision for the future of the headwaters of the South Platte and Arkansas Rivers is found in the Wild Connections Conservation Plan (WCCP). This visionary plan was created by citizens using information from roadless area inventories, biological data and input from local workshops. It is a regional ecosystem protection strategy that forges a link in the Spine of the Continent Wildway, part of the unbroken chain of North American wildlands.
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WCCP Wild Connections Conservation Plan
Wild Connections' mission is to identify, protect, and restore wildlands, native species, and biological diversity in the Arkansas and South Platte watersheds.
They are the ancestral lands of the Ute, Cheyenne, Arapaho and other indigenous peoples.