Celebrating the CORE Act One Year After Introduction
One year ago, the visionary Colorado Outdoor Recreation & Economy (CORE) Act was introduced in Congress by Senator Michael Bennet and Representative Joe Neguse.
As the most significant and broadly supported effort to protect Colorado’s public lands in a generation, we’re taking the time to celebrate it with Coloradans like you who want to see public lands preserved for future generations.
Check out our video below to learn more about the CORE Act and the important history, culture, and recreation opportunities it protects!
Did you know >> If passed, the CORE Act will protect 400,000 acres of iconic vistas, historic sites, recreation areas, wilderness lands, and waterways that support our state’s wildlife, recreation, and economy.
It was the first major Colorado wilderness legislation to pass out of the U.S. House in over a decade — but it will require bipartisan support in order to pass out of the U.S. Senate.
Unfortunately, Senator Cory Gardner has not yet taken a position on this important bill.
Without permanent public lands protections like the CORE Act, some of Colorado’s most cherished places are at risk of disappearing.
That’s why we’re calling on Senator Gardner to join veterans, sportsmen and women, community leaders, conservationists, business owners, county officials, and voters statewide who want to see Colorado’s treasured public lands protected.
Tell Senator Gardner why Coloradans like you need to see the CORE Act cross the finish line!