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Volunteer Opportunity at Vail Pass, Vail Pass 7/31-8/1

If you’ve gone to our Colorado Corridors Project Zooniverse page lately, you’ve noticed that we are out of pictures to identify already! Want to be the team that makes sure we get some more? On 7/31 and 8/1, we’re looking for volunteers to help us move the wildlife cameras! By volunteering your time, you will […]

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Environmental Actions Weekly Round-Up

By Andrea Lauritzen, Rocky Mountain Wild volunteer Weekly round-up of environmental events/actions/educational and recreational opportunities and volunteer projects. If you have something you would like included in the next round-up, please email Andrea at alauritzen@yahoo.com. Stay informed, engaged, and educated! Events/Opportunities: Through 9/2 Durango – Check out the Shroud Art Exhibition. Peter Hay is a […]

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100 Women for the Wild – Making a Difference

Join us for a special Garden Party, August 6 “Sometimes an idea just feels right, and you go for it,” explains Tehri Parker, Executive Director of Rocky Mountain Wild. “We knew that there was a long-standing gender bias in the sciences. We also knew that women we talked to everyday wanted to be change agents […]

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Summit County Community Open House Poster

Summit County Safe Passages for Wildlife Community Open House, Frisco July 26

Join us to learn about efforts in Summit County to protect safe passages for wildlife: Learn how the Forest Service, CDOT, the county, and towns are working together with local stakeholders from across the community to restore important connections for wildlife movement. Become engaged in our efforts to construct wildlife crossings and protect habitat so […]

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Protect Colorado Grouse

Greater Sage-grouse Afternoon of Action, July 20

Join us at Alliance for Sustainable Colorado for an afternoon of action to protect Colorado sage-grouse! On June 8, Secretary Zinke announced that he will be reviewing the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) conservation plans for the greater sage-grouse. If current history is any indication, “review” means “repeal.” These plans were the result of an […]

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Hiking on the GMUG

What’s Up With the GMUG?

By: Alison Gallensky, Rocky Mountain Wild This morning I literally got to give an elevator speech about one of the projects I am working on and that I am passionate about. When I arrived at the Alliance Center this morning, a colleague from another conservation organization asked me what I was working on this summer. […]

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100 Women for the Wild Garden Party, Denver Aug 6

Save the Date: Sunday August 6, 5:00-7:00 pm. Mark your calendars for some more 100 Women for the Wild fun. Katrina Loewy and Polly Ehrenhaft will be hosting a Garden Party on Sunday, August 6, in Washington Park East. This is a chance for us to catch up with some old friends, introduce new people […]

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The SabbMattical Chronicles – Volume 9

And around we go… By: Matt Sandler, Rocky Mountain Wild June 22, 2017 I could have spent months exploring the canyons and forests of southern Utah. But, when you’re traveling with an almost 3 and 6 year old, knowing when to say when is a necessity. It was time for us to start circling back […]

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Introducing our 100 Women for the Wild Intern, Gabrielle

By: Gabrielle Vermeire, RMW 100 Women for the Wild Intern It’s always a relief to land an internship for the summer, since three months is a great opportunity to pad the resume of an anxious college student. I consider myself lucky that Tehri relented to my pestering and gave me the 100 Women for the […]

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The SabbMattical Chronicles – Volume 8

I guess she’s right… By: Matt Sandler, Rocky Mountain Wild June 13, 2017 We spent a morning at Natural Bridges National Monument. This is a National Monument within Bears Ears National Monument. Natural Bridges was declared a National Monument by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1908. The Monument was rarely visited as it was accessible by […]

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