Rocky Mountain

NWF’s Rocky Mountain Regional Center works to restore wild bison to grassland ecosystems, protect local wildlife species like the greater sage grouse and bighorn sheep, defend America’s public lands, and connect kids with nature.

The Land and Water Conservation Fund: Preserving Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy

Public lands were created for all Americans – no matter their race, age, gender, religion or socioeconomic status. They are a uniquely American idea that is rooted in deep sense of egalitarianism. While each of …

Nearly 30 U.S. Cities Urge Congress to Save Land and Water Conservation Fund

Local Elected Officials Call on Congressional Leaders to reauthorize and fully fund the successful conservation program. The Land and Water Conservation Fund plays a critical role  in supporting outdoor recreation, …

More Methane, More Problems: Future for Bighorn Sheep & Pronghorns Imperiled

Overriding concerns of climate scientists and wildlife biologists, the Administration seeks to to weaken the Environmental Protection Agency’s standards limiting methane pollution from new oil and gas facilities out West, …

Buffalo Offer Unity and Healing

The birth of every buffalo calf on tribal land marks a cultural and spiritual victory that gives tribal members hope. As each calf struggles to stand and walk, the hearts …

Saving the Land and Water Conservation Fund is about Saving…

Why Public Lands and the Land and Water Conservation Fund…

Beavers, Water, and Fire—A New Formula for Success

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For the Future of Denver’s Parks, Natural Areas and Wildlife – Vote YES on 2A

When we think about nature and the great outdoors in Colorado the places that come to mind are often our world-famous mountains, national parks and forests. Though, for so many …

Amendment 74: Bad for Wildlife, Bad for Colorado

“Under 74, we will no longer be able to control our own destiny.” – Mayor Herb Atchinson, Westminster, CO Amendment 74 is too extreme for Colorado. The state’s current recovery …

How the Land and Water Conservation Fund Supports Trail Running

My forefoot strikes dirt, my toes push off and the other foot follows suit. Prairie grasses brush my shins as I run the Bloody Knife Trail up a hill above …

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