Federal judge halts Village at Wolf Creek land swap

Federal judge halts Village at Wolf Creek land swap

Forest Service process flawed, failed to ‘listen to the public’ By: Jonathan Romeo, Durango Herald May 19, 2017 In a significant win for opponents of the Village at Wolf Creek, a federal judge on Friday invalidated the U.S. Forest Service’s decis...

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Judge Blocks Land Deal for Development at Colorado Ski Area

A judge has blocked a land deal that would have cleared the way for an extensive residential and commercial complex near a remote southwestern Colorado ski area By: Dan Elliott, Associated Press May 19, 2017 DENVER (AP) — A judge on Friday blocked a land de...

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PRESS RELEASE: Federal Judge Sets Aside Forest Service Wolf Creek Land Exchange

For Immediate Release, May 19, 2017 Federal Judge Sets Aside Forest Service Wolf Creek Land Exchange Any future Village Proposal Must Address Development Impacts on the National Forest and Lynx Denver, CO — The Honorable Senior Judge Richard P. Matsch issued...

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PRESS RELEASE: Gov Hickenlooper Declares May 15-19 Colorado Endangered Species Week

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 5/15/2017 Denver, Colorado – Governor Hickenlooper has declared May 15-19, 2017 Colorado Endangered Species Week – a week dedicated to educating the public about the over 300 plant and animal species that are at risk of extinction...

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PRESS RELEASE: Rocky Mountain Wild’s Inaugural Endangered Species Week

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 5/1/2017 Denver, Colorado – Rocky Mountain Wild, a nonprofit organization located in Denver, has created an entire week of events in collaboration with various conservation organizations for the week of May 14-20, 2017 to bring awar...

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Federal judge hears arguments in Village at Wolf Creek lawsuit

Federal judge hears arguments in Village at Wolf Creek lawsuit

Plaintiffs believe land swap gives developers a ‘free pass’ By: Luke Perkins, Durango Herald April 19, 2017 The saga of the Village at Wolf Creek entered a new chapter in Denver Wednesday as oral arguments in a pending lawsuit were heard by a feder...

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Protect the Arkansas River Canyons, South Park, and More…

In Colorado we love our public lands! The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is asking for input on how to manage over 650,000 acres of public land in Eastern Colorado. This includes places like the important wildlife corridor through Echo Canyon glimpsed when r...

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Protected: Gunnison Sage-Grouse Viewing Saturday Trip Information

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March for Science Denver Apr 22

Join us for the March for Science – Denver and stop by our Gunny sage-grouse advocacy booth while you’re there! A group of RMW staff and board members are participating in the March for Science – Denver on Earth Day and you are more than welc...

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100 Women for the Wild Internship Challenge Party Apr 13

100 Women for the Wild Internship Challenge Party Apr 13

When it comes to careers in science, it’s still a man’s world. In the U.S. just 40% of researchers in sciences are women, and only 15% of inventors are women. The U.S. lags behind Brazil, Portugal, Australia, and many other countries when it comes to emplo...

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