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WW's own Defiende Nuestra Tierra Director, Beatriz Soto recently wrote an op-ed on the connections between COVID-19 and climate change and how impacts from both crises disproportionately impact members of the local Latinx Community.
Wilderness Workshop joins Colorado Wild Public Lands and several other businesses and environmental and recreation nonprofits in promoting the message of responsible recreation during this crisis.
Arch Coal has bulldozed about a mile of new road into the Sunset Roadless Area, barely two months after a federal court ruling that banned the mining company from building new roads in the protected forest near Paonia.
Naturalist Nights: WW was thrilled to host Wildlands Network staffers Myles Traphagen and Mirna Manteca for Naturalist Nights and as part of our Defiende Nuestra Tierra program.
Hearing on NEPA set for Denver as 50-year-old law guides environmental reivew of project in Vail Valley The ill-conceived Berlaimont Estates project and its proposal to pave a 26-foot-wide road across 4.5 miles of Forest Service land and critical elk winter habitat, outside of Edwards is gaining statewide notoriety, [...]
A wonderful letter to the editor from Judy Fox-Perry, speaking to the integral roll of NEPA in our community's quest to protect Thompson Divide from oil and gas development - as the Trump administration continues to shamelessly pursue more rollbacks to this bedrock environmental law. #ProtectNEPA Read Full Article [...]
Another great editorial by the The Daily Sentinel of Grand Junction in support of the #COREAct. Thank you for voicing the opinion of so many Coloradans! Protecting public lands and striving for equal access to the outdoors is key to the Colorado way of life. Senator Cory Gardner, please [...]
>>español en la parte inferior Take action on issues that matter to you To protect our beloved backcountry, wildlands and environment, it takes a community movement! That’s where you come in. We need creative, attention-getting and sometimes massive displays of public support to make our message heard from our [...]
Snowshoeing started thousands of years ago as an essential mode of winter transportation, and has since evolved into a popular recreational activity that is supported by Colorado’s high-altitude winter weather and amazing trail systems. If you’ve never done it before, you might ask, why go snowshoeing? Here are a [...]
I agree with the PI’s editorial supporting the CORE Act. The CORE Act is the best legislation introduced for Colorado hunters in a generation. Comprising four previous bills generated over a multi-year period with bipartisan input, it permanently protects several large swaths of land that provide increasingly critical habitat [...]
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