6 Reasons Colorado Needs Your Support In 2015

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Here’s the thing about protecting the environment: you have to do it all the time. We in the environmental movement work very hard and sometimes Read More

We met our match!

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We are excited to announce that we met our end-of-year $25,000 matching gift opportunity from the Green Waves Fund! Thanks to over 200 donors who Read More

Thank You for Prioritizing Southwest Colorado

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The Hermosa Creek Watershed Protection Act would protect the entire Hermosa Creek watershed – land, ecosystems, and trails that are vital to southwest Colorado’s recreation Read More

Protect Browns Canyon


Colorado could have a new national monument! This week, U.S. Senators Mark Udall and Michael Bennet urged President Obama to permanently protect 22,000 acres of Read More

Give Where You Live!

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Did you know? In 2014 alone, Conservation Colorado was involved in passing the strongest methane pollution safeguards in the country, gathering thousands of public comments Read More

Help Us Even the Score

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Want to make a difference in a crucial election for our state legislature? I spend a lot of time at the state capitol talking to Read More

Tell BLM to protect NW CO Wildlands & Wildlife

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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is currently considering a 400+ mile, high-powered transmission line —complete with 150 foot sky-scraping towers—across critically important sagebrush habitat Read More


Take Action: Dirty Fuels

After feeling pressure from concerned Coloradans, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is reviewing 65 oil and gas leases improperly issued over 15 years ago, Read More

Protect Our Drinking Water

Take Action: Water

Despite being designated a Superfund site nearly 30 years ago, Cañon City still suffers from the impacts of uranium contamination. Just last month, the Cotter Read More

PETITION: Support Energy Efficiency

Take Action: Clean Energy

Energy efficiency got its start in Colorado with House Bill 1037, passed by the Colorado legislature in 2007. The law directs the Public Utilities Commission Read More