Wildlife Over, Underpass Considered For I-70

Growing efforts to add wildlife over and underpasses along a large section of Interstate 70 are gaining steam in the High Country. The goal is to make that stretch of interstate safer for both drivers and animals. According to Rocky Mountain Wild, I-70 is one ...

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A Trump Oil Boom Could Transform This Rocky Mountain Landscape

Emails reveal administration officials want to shelve environmental policies to speed oil and gas development By: Zack Colman, E&E News July 13, 2018 Ten thousand feet up, it’s possible to see the whole North Fork Valley from Dan Stucker’s plane. As th...

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Experience Glenwood Canyon in a new way through the Wild I-70 audio tour

Experience Glenwood Canyon in a new way through the Wild I-70 audio tour

Hey There Did you feel that? Probably pretty hard to know But just a minute ago You drove through Colorado’s youngest volcano Those words spill out of Jovan Mays as he launches into “Something New.” He continues at a thoughtful, measured pace...

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Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center – A Wednesdays in the Wild event, Sep 26

Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center – A Wednesdays in the Wild event, Sep 26

Have you ever wondered what happens when wildlife is injured? Join us as we take a tour of the Greenwood Wildlife Rehab Center, learn about their mission, and explore the many volunteer opportunities available at Greenwood, from animal care to education to fun...

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PRESS RELEASE: Colorado Judge Rules Against Piñon Ridge Uranium Mill License

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 18, 2018 Contacts: Travis Stills, Energy & Conservation Law, stills@frontier.net, 970-375-9271 Lexi Tuddenham, Sheep Mountain Alliance, lexi@sheepmountainalliance.org, 617-285-4715 Matt Sandler, Rocky Mountain Wild, matt@roc...

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State wildlife officials warn Crestone on drilling impacts to numerous species

Colorado Parks and Wildlife wants construction done on timeline that protects nesting seasons, habitat By: Amelia Arvesen, Boulder Daily Camera January 21, 2018 Should Crestone Peak Resources be allowed to develop minerals under eastern Boulder County, burrowi...

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100 Women for the Wild – Making a Difference

Join us for a special Garden Party, August 6 “Sometimes an idea just feels right, and you go for it,” explains Tehri Parker, Executive Director of Rocky Mountain Wild. “We knew that there was a long-standing gender bias in the sciences. We al...

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The SabbMattical Chronicles – Volume 3

The SabbMattical Chronicles – Volume 3

A Threatened Landscape By: Matt Sandler, Rocky Mountain Wild May 31, 2017 The desert of Southern Utah. A landscape crafted by millions of years of wind and water. A place inhabited by wildlife, plants, and ancient civilizations that had to adapt to this harsh ...

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