Take Action at the Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Take Action at the Wild & Scenic Film Festival

By: Chris Talbot-Heindl, Communications & Membership Manager On Saturday, I joined the Women’s March in Denver with my Buffy-inspired sign and I saw first hand what 200k people of all walks of life, fighting for a better world looks like. Since then,...

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An Activist Playground: Wild & Scenic Film Festival

By: Chris Talbot-Heindl, Communications & Membership Manager Rocky Mountain Wild (RMW) is gearing up to host the Denver stop of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival (WSFF) next Thursday at Sie FilmCenter! On Sunday, in an interview with 303 Magazine about t...

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Wild & Scenic Film Festival coming to Denver, Jan 26

By: Chris Talbot-Heindl, Communications & Membership Manager Rocky Mountain Wild is excited to host the Denver stop of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival again this year on January 26 at Sie FilmCenter! So, what is the Wild & Scenic Film Festival any...

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17 Point Pledge for 2017

17 Point Pledge for 2017

By: Tehri Parker, Executive Director In 2017 we will work tirelessly to protect the biodiversity of the mountains, plains, and deserts that make up the Southern Rockies Eco-region. Understanding that our planet is on the verge of the sixth mass extinction we ...

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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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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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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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Federal court rules wildflowers in Colorado and Utah must be protected

The court ruling protects the Graham’s beardtongue and the White River beardtongue By: Kieran Nicholson, The Denver Post October 26, 2016 A federal court in Denver has ruled that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service must reinstate a 2013 proposal to protec...

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