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Support the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act

Congressional Targets: U.S. Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner | U.S. Representative Joe Neguse Action: Thank Bennet and Neguse for introducing the CORE Act. | Urge Gardner to support it. Earlier this year, Senator Michael Bennet and Representative Joe Neguse bicamerally introduced the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy (CORE) Act, a comprehensive public lands bill that would protect wild places throughout Colorado, each of which have been a part of individual legislative proposals in the past. Specifically, the bill will create new and sustainable recreational opportunities and expand Wilderness in the White River and San [...]

Support the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act 2019-10-31T16:12:35+00:00

Stop Berlaimont Estates From Building a Paved Access Road Across Public Land

Targets: The U.S. Forest Service and Eagle County Commissioners Ways to take action and get involved today: • Sign the citizens’ petition opposed to Berlaimont (now has almost 4,000 signatures) - SIGN THE PETITION HERE • Contact the Eagle County Commissioners and encourage them to call the Forest Service to share their constituents’ opposition to the Berlaimont project: 970-328-8605 | eagleadmin@eaglecounty.us • Contact the Forest Service and ask them to prioritize wildlife over speculative development: Aaron Mayville, District Ranger | awmayville@fs.fed.us | 970-827-5150 CLICK HERE FOR TALKING POINTS • Contact CO Dept. of Natural Resources and CO Parks and [...]

Stop Berlaimont Estates From Building a Paved Access Road Across Public Land 2019-10-17T17:12:45+00:00

Tell Colorado regulators that Western Slope residents deserve strong protections against oil and gas emissions

Target: Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission Action: Submit your comments to the Commission and let them know that all Coloradoans deserve to benefit from stronger air pollution protections. In April 2018, Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) began a two-year review process to consider whether it should expand current the air pollution standards implemented on the Front Range, to the entire state. The Commission has hosted a series of public meetings across Colorado throughout this process and it will continue to do so through 2019. It is expected to issue its findings and regulatory decision [...]

Tell Colorado regulators that Western Slope residents deserve strong protections against oil and gas emissions 2019-08-29T18:06:25+00:00