PRESS RELEASE: Conservation Groups Cheer Latest Court Decision Rejecting Village at Wolf Creek Land Exchange

PRESS RELEASE: Conservation Groups Cheer Latest Court Decision Rejecting Village at Wolf Creek Land Exchange

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 12, 2018 A federal appeals court Tuesday dismissed the latest attempt from the would-be developers of the Village at Wolf Creek to reinstate a land exchange rejected by a federal judge last year. The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of A...

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Living With Wolves Photo Exhibit, Dec 7

Living With Wolves Photo Exhibit, Dec 7

Join Rocky Mountain Wolf Project, Defenders of Wildlife, Endangered Species Coalition, and Rocky Mountain Wild at the Museum of Boulder at Tebo Center for the launch of the Living with Wolves photography exhibit. This award-winning collection of photographs ta...

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Public Lands Defense Workshop: Election Debrief and Action, Dec 6

Public Lands Defense Workshop: Election Debrief and Action, Dec 6

Midterm elections are over and we want you to know what this means for your public lands. Join Patagonia Denver, The Wilderness Society, Conservation Colorado and Rocky Mountain Wild for a quarterly Public Lands Defense Workshop. We will teach you simple but ...

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Gifts to help us all survive and thrive.

Gifts to help us all survive and thrive.

  November 27th is #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving! We hope you will join the Rocky Mountain Wild team today with a tax-deductible gift or the gift of your time to help us protect the ecosystems and wild things in our care. When you donate to Rock...

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Ask the Indy: Analyzing seven big questions about Colorado’s ballot fight over oil-and-gas setbacks

Is Proposition 112 really going to ruin Colorado’s oil and gas industry, cost hundreds of thousands of jobs, but make communities safer? By: Lars Gesing, The Colorado Independent October 16, 2018 It is one of the most contentious ballot measures this fall, w...

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Environmentalists Challenge 121 Oil Leases Near Dinosaur National Monument

By: Amanda Pampuro, Courthouse News September 28, 2018 Four environmental groups sued Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on Thursday to protect the two-state Dinosaur National Monument from increased air pollution from oil and gas drilling. Established in 1915, the...

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Conservation Groups Sue Zinke, BLM Over Oil And Gas Leases Near Dinosaur National Monument

By: Grace Hood, Colorado Public Radio September 27, 2018 Rocky Mountain Wild, National Parks Conservation Association and two other conservation groups have sued the Trump administration to stop new oil and gas leases near Dinosaur National Monument. Link: Re...

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Lawsuit Challenges Oil and Gas Lease Sales on Public Lands in Colorado & Utah

Development of the Leases Threatens Public Health and Nearby Dinosaur National Monument FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 27, 2018 Media Contacts: Matthew Sandler, Rocky Mountain Wild, (303) 579-5162, matt@rockymountainwild.org Diana Dascalu-Joffe, Center for B...

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Local Pikas Provide Clues For Climate Impacts

By: Elizabeth Stewart-Severy, Aspen Public Radio August 26, 2018 For nearly a decade, biologists with the nonprofit Rocky Mountain Wild and the Denver Zoo have studied pikas on the Front Range; this summer, that work is expanding to the White River National Fo...

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The End of an Internship

The End of an Internship

By: Tessa Lightfoot, 100 Women for the Wild Intern I am sad to say that my internship with Rocky Mountain Wild has come to an end. On my last trip with Paige, we visited State Highway 9 to check camera traps along the road. A tall wildlife fence extends along ...

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