Comment Writing Party for Habitat Protection Apr 25

Comment Writing Party for Habitat Protection Apr 25

The Grand Mesa Uncompahgre Gunnison (GMUG) National Forest is revising its management plan. This is our chance to influence the future of these public lands, and to make sure that habitat, roadless areas, and other features are protected. This plan will guide ...

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Draft Environmental Assessment For Potential Oil Drilling Near Colorado Sand Dunes Doesn’t Say Much

Draft Environmental Assessment For Potential Oil Drilling Near Colorado Sand Dunes Doesn’t Say Much

By: Rae Ellen Bichell, KUNC April 10, 2018 The Bureau of Land Management plans to put up more than 20,000 acres of Colorado land for lease by oil and gas drilling companies. Much of that land sits near the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. The burea...

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Emerging Female Leader Internship

Rocky Mountain Wild’s 100 Women for the Wild is currently taking applications for this year’s Emerging Female Leader Internship! This year’s intern will be the Citizen Science Program Assistant. The primary purpose of the internship is to as...

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Back from the Brink: The Story of the Black-footed Ferret May 14

Back from the Brink: The Story of the Black-footed Ferret May 14

Back from the Brink: The Story of the Black-footed Ferret One day in 1981 a dog named Shep made an amazing discovery – the black-footed ferret, which was thought to be extinct, was actually still surviving in a small colony near Cody Wyoming. Chamois And...

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Wild I-70 Launch Party May 17

Wild I-70 Launch Party May 17

Wild I-70 Launch Party Join the scientists, musicians, artists, and visionaries behind the Wild I-70 Audio Tour as we celebrate the launch of this groundbreaking project. Wild I-70 uses quirky stories, unusual facts, and science to introduce travelers on I-70 ...

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From Cragging to Crittering May 16

From Cragging to Crittering May 16

From Cragging to Crittering: A Climber’s Journey into Wildlife Photography Join photographer James Beissel for a tour through Colorado’s amazing ecosystems and learn about our state’s most imperiled mammals. Hear the stories of the Canada ly...

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Denver March for Science Apr 14

Denver March for Science Apr 14

On April 14, Rocky Mountain Wild will join other science-based non-profits and groups to support science! We’ll be tabling at Denver’s Civic Center Park at 8:30 am. Musicians and inspiring speakers will begin at 9 am, and the march will begin at 10...

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A Biologist’s Perspective on Wolf Restoration

A Biologist’s Perspective on Wolf Restoration

By: Mike Phillips, Science Advisory Team, Rocky Mountain Wolf Project Recently I spoke in Carbondale and Aspen about restoring the gray wolf to the public wildlands of western Colorado. Some have claimed that my presentations were misleading. They were not. I ...

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We spoke en masse and the Omnibus Spending Bill got a little greener

We spoke en masse and the Omnibus Spending Bill got a little greener

By: Chris Talbot-Heindl, Communications & Membership Manager Congress somehow agreed on a spending bill for the rest of the 2018 fiscal budget year, and it isn’t totally horrible for the environment! While I wholeheartedly agree with other environmen...

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Next week Friday and Saturday, get ready to be transported to another world

Next week Friday and Saturday, get ready to be transported to another world

By: Chris Talbot-Heindl, Communications & Membership Manager Next week Friday and Saturday, get ready to be transported to another world – 18 of them, actually. The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour Durango stop will take you to Ecuador, where two ...

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