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We Need More Wildlife Passings in Colorado

While wildlife over passes and under passes may be expensive, we need more in Colorado to assure safety of humans and wildlife. Read more from Mother Nature Network as they discuss the success of the passings, the costs of safety and the importance of strategy behind selecting additional passings. 

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The Fence Post: Wolves Knocking on Colorado Boundaries

It is this kind of large, long-term ecological view that we need near us. Continue reading The Fence Post: Wolves Knocking on Colorado Boundaries to learn more about wolf reintroduction, protecting livestock and controlling wolves.

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Sky-Hi News Article on Wolf Reintroduction in Colorado

Do you think wolves should return to Colorado? Continue reading the article from Sky-Hi News to learn more. Click here. 

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SDN: Announces FOLBR Hosts Fundraiser at Historic Community Center

Summit Daily News announces, Friends of Lower Blue River Valley hosts fundraiser at historic community center. A Summit County gathering place that once hosted President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s fundraisers to fight polio will again play host to the Friends of the Lower Blue River Valley’s biggest event of the year, … Continue reading

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Summit County Safe Passages for Wildlife Open House

Join the Forest Service to learn about efforts in Summit County to protect Safe Passages for Wildlife: Learn how the Forest Service, CDOT, the county, and towns are working together with local stakeholders from across the community to restore important connections for wildlife movement. Become engaged in our efforts to … Continue reading

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