The Future of Hunting, Fishing and Outdoor Recreation in Colorado
Last year, House Bill 17-1321 Parks and Wildlife Financial Sustainability was introduced, which would have helped CPW achieve and maintain financial sustainability. While HB 17-1321 did not pass, it was encouraging to see how the bill increased public awareness of CPW’s financial needs and generated new conversations about the future of parks, wildlife, and outdoor recreation in Colorado.
Based on that experience and the feedback we heard from the public, we have refined our approach for 2018. We encourage your attendance at live meetings occurring across the state discussing our future. Here’s an early look at ideas we have that we’d like your thoughts on.
As we continue developing solutions, CPW invites the public to provide feedback on our plans to fund the future of wildlife management and outdoor recreation in Colorado .
Thursday, July 13th
CPW Colorado Springs Office4255 Sinton Road
Colorado Springs, 80907
Thursday, August 2nd
Council Tree Library2733 Council Tree Ave
Fort Collins, CO, 80525
Thursday, August 24th
R5 High School & Summit School455 N 22nd St
Grand Junction, CO, 81501
Wednesday, September 6th
CPW Steamboat Springs Office
925 Weiss Drive
Steamboat Springs, 80487
Thursday, September 14th
6:30-8:30 P M
Quality Inn & Suites
2020 Leisure Ln
Sterling, CO, 80751
Monday, September 25th
Region-wide Teleconference. Participate at any of these wildlife offices:Durango — Southwest Regional office, 415 Turner DriveGunnison — Area 16 wildlife office, 300 W, New York Ave.Monte Vista — Area 17 wildlife office, 0722 S Road 1 EastMontrose — Area 18 office, 2300 S. Townsend Ave. (Highway 550) Tuesday, September 26th
Denver — TBA Tuesday, September 26th Pueblo
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