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Going Home to Public Lands

By Randy Scholfield Communications director for the Southwest region. A couple weeks ago, my son and I decided on a

Happy Birthday, National Parks Service

On August 25th 1916, Woodrow Wilson signed a bill that would create an agency to look over the already established National

Parasitic Disease Causes Yellowstone River Closure

In response to a parasitic disease that caused an unprecedented fish kill, on August 19, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

Colorado is one step closer to “Public Lands Day”

With the passage of the bipartisan SB 21 by the Colorado General Assembly, Colorado could have a dedicated day each year

Legislation for Thompson Divide Brings Needed Attention

Congressman Scott Tipton released a draft bill in April addressing the ongoing lease conflicts in the Thompson Divide. The bill would

Blue River stretch loses Gold Medal status

The 19 mile Blue River stretch between Silverthorne to Green Mountain Reservoir has been degraded of it’s Gold Medal status by

Flyathlon looks to add more events in 2016

By: Danielle Adams Three simple words. Run. Fish. Beer. Each might resonate individually to different folks, but there’s a special

CPW Receives Prestigious Fisheries Award

On January 13, the American Fisheries Society presented the Aquatics Research Section of Colorado Parks and Wildlife with the prestigious Sport

Colorado Introduces It’s First Ever Water Plan

In 139 years of Colorado being a state, it had never had a water plan- until today. On Thursday, November

El Niño looks to revive the Colorado River Basin

Severe drought conditions have left the west starving for water. Reservoirs are dwindling down and the Colorado River is drying

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