Public Lands Defense Workshop: Wilderness, Mar 14

Join Patagonia Denver, The Wilderness Society, Conservation Colorado and Rocky Mountain Wild for our quarterly Public Lands Defense Workshop. This month’s theme: wilderness! The evening will start off with a screening of the film Wild Hope, which gives viewe...

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Join us for the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour Durango stop in two weeks!

The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour will be returning to Durango in just two weeks, and if you haven't gotten your tickets, you better do so! This is not one to miss!

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EDITORIAL: Yet Another Forest Service Approval for ‘Village at Wolf Creek’

By: Bill Hudson, Pagosa Daily PostFebruary 28, 2019 I carefully considered these environmental effects and the public comment (both pro and con) when making my decision. I carefully weighed all environmental effects with the Forest Service’s legal obligation...

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PRESS RELEASE: Rio Grande National Forest Again Sides with Developer in Wolf Creek Access Issue

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 27, 2019 The Rio Grande National Forest Supervisor Dan Dallas signed a Final Record of Decision that could result in an easement over our Federal Public Lands to facilitate construction of the massive “Village” at Wolf Creek...

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Field Notes: Bosque Thoughts

By: Erica Prather We went to the Bosque del Apache New Year’s week to see the Sandhill cranes and many other amazing species of wildlife, like the snow geese, roadrunners, coyote, javelina, and Gambel’s quail. The Sandhill cranes have bee...

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CO Environmental Film Festival, Feb 22

The Colorado Environmental Film Festival (CEFF) is an exciting, inspiring, and energizing event screening world-class feature-length and short environmental films with representatives from local and national organization by foreign, local, and youth filmmakers...

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Webinar: Oil & Gas Leasing Process, Feb 21

Oil and gas leasing can be confusing. Alison Gallensky, Rocky Mountain Wild’s GIS Director and Megan Mueller, Rocky Mountain Wild’s Senior Conservation Biologist will host a webinar on Oil & Gas Leasing.  We will be focusing on the federal oil...

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Bat Chat & Hike, May 15

Bat Chat & Hike, May 15

Rocky Mountain Wild’s Conservation Biologist, Paige Singer, will lead us on a bat hike. Paige will start the evening with a chat about bat ecology and behavior, followed by a short hike at dusk to watch the bats as they get active! The trailhead is locat...

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Pikas stink as Valentines, but we love them anyway

Looking for your perfect Valentine? When it comes to pika, you can swipe left. They may be cute and cuddly to look at, but don’t look to pikas for lessons on romance. These critters would be the ultimate date fail.* Take for example their food hoarding habit...

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The government’s shutdown but our activism isn’t

By: Chris Talbot-Heindl, January 23, 2019 The government has been shut down for over a month. Deadlines for comment and protest periods have come and gone with no real guidance as to if they will be extended when the government does reopen. National parks are ...

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