Colorado Sportsmen Target Roadless Plan in New Report

“Backcountry Bounty” details specific criticisms of Colorado roadless rule,
calls for decisive action by governor, Forest Service to remedy plan’s problems

WASHINGTON – A report released today by the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership critiques a proposed

What will CO wildlife look like in 50 yrs?

Agency Initiates Review to Delist Threatened Marbled Murrelet

Move Threatens Rapidly Declining Species and Its Old Growth Forest Habitat

(Washington, D.C. – October 2, 2008) The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced it is initiating a 90-day review to determine whether the threatened Marbled Murrelet should be delisted under the Endangered

Wild and Scenic Rivers anniversary a time to renew commitment to river protection

40th anniversary of nation’s wild rivers system

Contact: David Moryc, 202-347-7550
Amy Kober, 206-213-0330 x23

Washington, DC – On the 40th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, American Rivers today called on Congress to renew its commitment to protect the nation’s

TRCP Offers Blueprint for Strengthening CO Roadless Rule

Sportsmen detail weaknesses of draft rule, offer guidelines for conserving secure
habitat and sporting opportunities in Colorado backcountry

WASHINGTON – A draft plan for managing national forest roadless areas in Colorado can sustain healthy habitat, secure fish and wildlife populations