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Environmental Actions Weekly Round-Up

Weekly round-up of environmental events/actions/educational and recreational opportunities and volunteer projects. Events, Conferences, & Opportunities Trainings, Workshops, & Webinars Citizen Science Projects Jobs & Internships Volunteer Positions Direct Actions If you have something you would like included in the next round-up, please email Chris at Stay informed, engaged, and educated! Events, Conferences, & Opportunities: […]

Bat Chat & Hike – A Wednesdays in the Wild event, July 25

Christine Avena, RMW and 100 Women for the Wild member and bat biologist, will lead us on a bat hike, Christine studies the White Nose Syndrome disease in bats and is a PhD candidate of CU Boulder. Christine will start the evening with a chat about bat ecology and behavior, followed by a short hike at dusk […]

Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Tour & Volunteer Day

Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center – A Wednesdays in the Wild event, Sep 26

Have you ever wondered what happens when wildlife is injured? Join us as we take a tour of the Greenwood Wildlife Rehab Center, learn about their mission, and explore the many volunteer opportunities available at Greenwood, from animal care to education to fundraising, and everything in between! While you won’t be able to touch or […]

ABCs of Bees - A Wednesdays in the Wild event

ABCs of Bees – A Wednesdays in the Wild event, Aug 22

Join us as we head up to Berthoud to learn the ABCs of bees during the honey harvest at Bee Squared Apiaries! This event is hosted by Beth Conrey, who advocates that ecosystem biodiversity and worldwide food production are connected, anchored by a healthy bee population. Beth is a Ted-X speaker, Vice President of the […]

TEDx MileHigh: Uncommon

Wild I-70 Audio Tour at TEDx MileHigh: Uncommon, June 16

We’re launching the Wild I-70 Audio Tour with its own…tour! On Thursday during Colorado Endangered Species Week, we officially launched the Wild I-70 Audio Tour! The Wild I-70 Audio Tour is a hands-free, GPS triggered audio tour that introduces listeners to the wildlife and environments beyond their windshield along the I-70 mountain corridor. Quirky stories, […]

Greater sage-grouse

RMW responds to draft land management plan aimed at making changes to the greater sage-grouse conservation plan

By: Megan Mueller, Rocky Mountain Wild May 4, 2018 Today the Department of the Interior released draft land management plans aimed at making changes to a 2015 greater sage-grouse conservation plan that protected habitat in Colorado and across the West. Here is Rocky Mountain Wild’s response to the release of the plans: The lengthy previous […]

Gunnison sage-grouse

RMW’s wildlife win for Gunnison sage-grouse in Court

By: Chris Talbot-Heindl, Rocky Mountain Wild May 3, 2018 Yesterday we had a great wildlife win for Gunnison sage-grouse in Court! Last October, Rocky Mountain Wild (RMW), San Miguel County, San Juan Citizens Alliance, and Conservation Colorado brought a lawsuit against the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) over the agency’s decision to lease public lands […]

Illegal Pete's Purrr-ito Time Fundraiser

Illegal Pete’s Purrr-ito Time Fundraiser, May 15

Illegal Pete’s Lodo is graciously helping us raise funds to protect Colorado imperiled species like the Canada lynx, American pika, and Gunnison sage-grouse! From 4-7 pm on May 15, they are donating 50% of any purchase to Rocky Mountain Wild! So, grab yourself a purrr-ito, and let Illegal Pete’s know you support Rocky Mountain Wild […]

GMUG National Forest Needs Your Input By June 2

The Forest Service want us, the public, to tell them how to manage to Grand-Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison (GMUG) National Forest in Western Colorado. Your comments will let them know that they should manage this amazing, diverse landscape to protect animals and plants and the places they need to thrive. Background The GMUG is a […]

Adopt a Pika at Patagonia

Adopt a Pika at Patagonia May 18

Adopt a Pika at Patagonia Rocky Mountain Wild has been using citizen scientists, in our Front Range Pika Project program, to help us gather much needed data on the effects of climate change on the American pika. This data will allow us to develop strategies to conserve pika and their habitat. Join us at the […]