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Colorado Wildlife Federation Board President’s April 2022 Letter
2022 – A Year of Opportunity for Coloradans and Wildlife As we enter the 2022 Spring and Summer seasons here in Colorado, the promise of warmer weather and the greening ...
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Letter from the CWF President February 2, 2021
A Letter from Colorado Wildlife Federation’s President and Board Chair, Robin Knox   2021 – A Look to the Future As we enter the second month of 2021- hopefully a year of ...
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CWF Notes from the Executive Director February 1
CWF continued to be very busy during January.  Here are some highlights below. If there are fish and wildlife issues you would like to discuss, please let me know! — ...
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Balancing Conservation and Outdoor Recreation
Our public lands are a vital resource that Coloradans – and Americans – value and enjoy for abundant wildlife and outdoor recreational opportunities. Pressure on blocks of sensitive wildlife habitat, ...
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Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s “Fences and Wildlife”
Last week, Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Land Use Specialist, Elissa Slezak, presented an excellent webinar on July 1 in which she explains what types of fences pose barriers to deer, ...
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CWF urges BLM to postpone oil and gas lease sales during pandemic
As the nation grapples with the many impacts of the corona virus (COVID-19) on our health and its substantial disruptions to us personally, the economy and our society, the Administration ...
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Recovering America’s Wildlife Act bill (HR 3742)
Introduced July 12 This bill is a bold effort to reverse America’s wildlife crisis.  It will invest in on-the-ground conservation essential to help address species of greatest conservation need across ...
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Draft Eastern Colorado Resource Management Plan Issued by BLM
Our Focus of the draft plan (draft Environmental Impact Statement) is on South Park. We have worked with Park County and a large diverse array of interests for several years ...
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