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Federal Judges Block Coal Mining Construction in Sunset Roadless Area

October 29th, 2020|

Oct. 29, 2020 Denver, Colo. — The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals today blocked further construction for a coal-mine expansion in the Sunset roadless area of Colorado’s Gunnison National Forest. The injunction prevents Mountain Coal, a subsidiary of Arch Resources, from further destruction of the roadless forest at the base of [...]

Missing Lynx: Advocates Challenge Feds’ Refusal to Prepare Recovery Plan

December 1st, 2020|

Dec. 1, 2020 Today, a coalition of conservation organizations filed a complaint in federal court challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (the Service’s) decision to forgo recovery planning for threatened Canada lynx.  Recovery plans are important tools required by the Endangered Species Act, often referred to as the [...]

Local Volunteers Partner with the Bureau of Land Management to Celebrate National Public Lands Day with Restoration Project at Sutey Ranch

September 29th, 2020|

Sept. 29, 2020 Carbondale, Colo. — More than 20 people volunteered on Saturday to restore wildlife habitat at the historic Sutey Ranch in celebration of National Public Lands Day. Volunteers removed old barbed wire fencing and installed bird-nesting boxes on the property, which was acquired by the Bureau of [...]

Colorado Agency Caves to U.S. Forest Service, OKs More Bulldozing of Roadless Forest Mountain Coal Ignored Court Ruling, Forest Service Failed to Act 

September 18th, 2020|

Sept. 18, 2020 Denver, Colo. — Conservation groups urged a federal court today to halt further construction in a protected roadless area of the Gunnison National Forest. Today’s motion for expedited consideration came after Colorado officials modified an order late yesterday to no longer prevent Mountain Coal Company from [...]

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