Request Greater Protections for Western Colorado Landscapes

The Bureau of Land Management’s Supplemental plan for the Colorado River Valley and Grand Junction Field Offices scaled up conservation measures in certain areas but still does not take the necessary steps to address the climate crisis. Protests are due July 22.

An oil rig in Weld County. Text says "The Bureau of Land Management is reforming its oil and gas leasing regulations. Comments due September 22"

Make the world a little greener with these environmental actions

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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PRESS RELEASE: Colorado Legislature Passes Historic Bill to Restore Wolverines to Colorado

On Friday,  SB24-171 passed the House on a bipartisan 51-13 vote after previously making it through the Senate on a bipartisan 29-5 vote in April.

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PRESS RELEASE: Colorado Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Restore Wolverines to Colorado

After a more than 100-year absence, wolverines may be poised to return to Colorado. A bipartisan bill would authorize Colorado Parks and Wildlife to reintroduce wolverines to Colorado.

Gunnison sage-grouse

Tell the Bureau that it must commit to strong conservation of Gunnison sage-grouse habitat

Tell the Bureau of Land Management that it must commit to strong conservation of Gunnison sage-grouse habitat to halt the trajectory towards extinction and promote recovery.


Read about Rocky Mountain Wild in the news!

Read our Press Releases here. Wolverine Reintroduction Colorado Bat Watch Colorado Corridors Project Colorado Pika Project Endangered Species Friends of Wolf Creek Go Big! Central Colorado Bighorn Sheep Survey Oil and Gas Watch Public Lands Wild I-70 Audio Tour Other Programs

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Take action to strengthen protections for CO big game

The Bureau of Land Management is in the process of amending its management plans across Colorado to better protect big game. Your voice can strengthen this plan and help us to better protect big game habitat. Comments are due Tuesday, February 6th.

Canada lynx sleeping, courtesy of Eric Kilby

Rocky Mountain Wild’s Lynx Tree

Upcoming Events Celebrating 2TLGBIQA+ Conservationists in June Links from Social Media

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3 days left; 5 reasons to give

The end-of-the-year giving campaign is almost over, but we had to ask you one more time to see if, together, we can reach our goal of raising $80k to support the wildlife and wild lands in our region! (We are currently sitting at $43,461 — plus whatever may be on its way in the mail!) […]

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8 exciting ways you can save our marvelous wildlife

Protecting biodiversity is a big job and one we do better as a community! Here are just eight ways you can engage with our work to protect the wildlife and wild lands you care about.