Our Impact – By the Numbers

Our Impact – By the Numbers

By Tehri Parker, Executive Director Sometimes in the nonprofit world you work so hard, and so quickly, that you don’t take the time to look back and celebrate what you have accomplished. Here, at Rocky Mountain Wild, the last three years have been an ongoing...

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Our Pikas are Sending Out an SOS (Support Our Scientists)

Our Pikas are Sending Out an SOS (Support Our Scientists)

By: Megan Mueller, Senior Conservation Biologist Our pikas are sending out an SOS! It’s a call to help Support Our Scientists. This year, we trained and deployed over 200 citizen scientists to collect important data to help us protect...

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Gunnison sage-grouse: low count, high hopes

Gunnison sage-grouse: low count, high hopes

By: Megan Mueller and Matt Sandler, Rocky Mountain Wild So many of our followers have taken great action to Stand with Gunny and other wildlife the call our prairies home. Together, we have gained Endangered Species Act protection for Gunnison sage-grouse, imp...

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Environmental Actions Weekly Round-Up

Environmental Actions Weekly Round-Up

Weekly round-up of environmental events/actions/educational and recreational opportunities and volunteer projects. Click the sections below to view the specific information: Events & Activities Trainings, Workshops, & Webinars Citizen Science Jobs &amp...

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Keep the Bulldozers at Bay

Keep the Bulldozers at Bay

By: Matt Sandler, Staff Attorney, Rocky Mountain Wild Thank you, everyone who has written comments, donating money, volunteered at a Bioblitz, attended an event, or otherwise participated in the fight against the Village at Wolf Creek. For more than 20 years w...

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Where Have All the Elk Gone? Development Drives Elk Population Declines in the Roaring Fork and Eagle Valleys

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 28, 2019 Denver, CO – In response to the ongoing decline over recent decades in the elk population in the Roaring Fork and Eagle valleys, Rocky Mountain Wild has published a report titled Evaluating Landscape Connectivity and H...

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Comment on Browns Canyon Draft Resource Management Plan

Comment on Browns Canyon Draft Resource Management Plan

Browns Canyon of the Arkansas River is the central feature in a unique ecosystem that provides outstanding fish and wildlife habitat, stunning mountain views and four-season recreation opportunities. The Browns Canyon National Monument was established by presi...

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8 Organizations Preserving Nature in the American Southwest

8 Organizations Preserving Nature in the American Southwest

Protecting the biodiversity of America and restoring animal habitats is a big and complex job, and requires solutions both on a national or global level as well as a local level. These groups are all working in different ways to ensure that there is adequate f...

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Pike-San Isabel National Forest Motorized Travel Management Analysis

Pike-San Isabel National Forest Motorized Travel Management Analysis

Comments Due Monday, November 4th. On Friday, September 20, 2019 Pike-San Isabel National Forest officially released the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for Public Motor Vehicle Use across the National Forests in Central Colorado. This started a 45...

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PRESS RELEASE: Rocky Mountain Wild Applauds Governor Polis’s Efforts to Improve Colorado’s Important Wildlife Corridors

PRESS RELEASE: Rocky Mountain Wild Applauds Governor Polis’s Efforts to Improve Colorado’s Important Wildlife Corridors

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 21, 2019 Denver, CO – Today, Governor Jared Polis signed an Executive Order that will make things easier for wildlife on the move in Colorado. Focused on Colorado’s iconic populations of ungulate species, such as deer, elk, mo...

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