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Make the world a little greener with the Environmental Actions Weekly Round-Up

Every Friday, we post ways that you can make our region a greener place, including events, community science projects, jobs, internships, and direct actions.

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Photographs of our current team (Alison pointing to a map, Chris dressed as an American pika, Matt next to a boulder, Megan hiking in the snow, Paige next to a roadway, and a black silhouette. Text says: "Rocky Mountain Wild is hiring! Join the team as our Fundraising Director, Leadership Team!"

We are hiring a Fundraising Director, Leadership Team!

Rocky Mountain Wild (RMW) is seeking a Fundraising Director to develop fundraising strategies for the organization, manage the grants program, coordinate all fundraising efforts by board and staff, and make fundraising requests to donors and funders. In addition, this position will be invited to serve on the newly-formed leadership team and participate in collaborative decision making to help steer the organization.

Colorado Endangered Species Week banner with photographs of an American pika, a little brown bat, an Uncompahgre frittilary butterfly, a black-footed ferret, and a greater sage-grouse.

ICYMI: All of the webinars from Colorado Endangered Species Week

In case you missed Colorado Endangered Species Week, we have all five webinar recordings for you to enjoy at your leisure!


Court Restores Wolverine Protections While Agency Reconsiders Endangered Species Decision  

The wolverine has regained candidate species status under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) following a Montana District Court decision late Thursday.

Gray Wolves, from Derek Bakken

Celebrate one of our nation’s most misunderstood species: wolves

Join us at Patagonia Denver on June 9 for an event with our partners at Endangered Species Coalition and WildEarth Guardians, celebrating one of our nation’s most misunderstood species.

White-tailed prairie dog

Protect public lands and species from oil & gas lease sales

Oil and gas lease sales have resumed. Here are our resources you can use to submit your protests to the upcoming sales.

An American pika with a flower in their mouth. Text says " Thank you! for investing in the long-term success of Rocky Mountain Wild"

Thank you for investing in our long-term success

Thanks to you, we unlocked the full $15,000 match, which will help us become even better protectors of Colorado’s biodiversity!

Megan Mueller doing pika research

It’s Earth Day, and the last day of our campaign

Happy Earth Day! Today is the LAST DAY to unlock the matching fund! Please, make a one-time gift or start your monthly donation by midnight tonight and help us unlock the full $15,000 match!

Portrait of Marlon Reis

Support the wild solutions needed for Colorado’s wildlife!

Good Day, Friends, As I’m sure you know, in 2019 Governor Polis signed an Executive Order directing study, reporting, and most importantly, action for areas across Colorado that are most desperately in need of corridors and crossings to mitigate wildlife-vehicle collisions.   But did you know that Colorado now has 64 wildlife crossings? It’s a proud achievement. […]

Aron Ralston in Blue John Canyon

Come to the Rescue for Earth Day

Most people know me as ‘the guy who cut his arm off’ in 2003. I’m also the guy who’s been a proud supporter of Rocky Mountain Wild since 2004.