Why I’m Giving on #GivingTuesday

Why I’m Giving on #GivingTuesday

By: Chris Talbot-Heindl, Communications & Membership Manager I’ll be honest. I give every year. The holidays for me are a time when I give as much as I can on behalf of my niece and nephew, myself and my husband, and sometimes (depending on the perso...

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Press Release: Rocky Mountain Wild Reaches Milestone: Over 2 Million Acres of Habitat Removed from Oil and Gas Leases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 11/22/16 Contacts: Matt Sandler, Staff Attorney, Rocky Mountain Wild, 303-579-5162 Alison Gallesky, GIT & IT Director, Rocky Mountain Wild, 303-619-0509 Denver, Colorado – For the last 10 years, Rocky Mountain Wild has been wa...

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Why you should give to RMW for #COGivesDay

Why you should give to RMW for #COGivesDay

By: Chris Talbot-Heindl, Communications & Membership Manager The election happened. It happened, and the future is one big question mark when it comes to the Endangered Species Act, the fate of our public lands, and so much more. What isn’t a questio...

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An election reaction and our promise to you

A message from our Executive Director, Tehri Parker, following the election: How you can join us: Join our Citizen Scientists to do important science research. Let us know you’re in by sending us an email. Follow us on Facebook for day-to-day changes, ev...

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Early scheduling of #COGivesDay donations has begun!

By: Chris Talbot-Heindl, Communications & Membership Manager This year, Colorado Gives Day is happening on Tuesday, December 6. But what is it? Colorado Gives Day is an annual statewide movement to celebrate and increase philanthropy in Colorado through on...

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2017 Solar Power Colorado Mar 13-15

The Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association has been leading the state’s dynamic solar industry for 27 years. Over that time, they have experienced massive success, unprecedented growth, and had much cause to celebrate. Join them on March 13-15th in...

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100 Women for the Wild Kick-Off Party Nov 18

100 Women for the Wild Kick-Off Party Nov 18

Plant and animal species around the globe are disappearing at alarming rates. But, there is reason to hope! So far, we have lost less than 1% of the species on our planet. We can still hold our web of life together. Join us for 100 Women for the Wild – a...

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Federal court backs protections for rare Utah wildflowers

By: Amy Joi O’Donoghue, Deseret News Utah 10/27/2016 SALT LAKE CITY – A federal court ruled Wednesday that a conservation agreement does not go far enough to protect two rare types of wildflowers that grow only in oil shale formations in Utah and ...

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Judge overrules feds’ refusal to list as endangered Utah wildflowers that grow on oil shale

By: Brian Maffly, The Sale Lake Tribune 10/27/2016 A federal judge intends to vacate a decision by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to not list two rare desert wildflowers whose range overlaps with Utah’s rich oil shale deposits in Uintah County. Denve...

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Common ground: Non-motorized users seek balance

By: John Cameron, The Mountain Mail Thursday, October 27 From her office in downtown Denver, Allison Gallensky, a software engineer with a knack for geologic information systems, began scrutinizing maps of the Pike and San Isabel National Forests. What she fou...

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