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Hunting and Sport Fishing News ItemsOttawa man's keen shooting eye garners world title - The Ottawa Herald9/23/2017 6:06:00 AM
The Ottawa Herald Ottawa man's keen shooting eye garners world title The Ottawa Herald When he was younger, he would go elk hunting in Colorado with his father. He kept that tradition alive through most of his ... He learned the ins and outs of the sport at the Williamsburg-Ottawa Wildlife Conservation Club. “They have a match every ...
Wounded Marine (And Snowboarder) Get Her New Colorado Home ... - U.S. News & World Report9/23/2017 2:05:00 AM
Wounded Marine (And Snowboarder) Get Her New Colorado Home ... U.S. News & World Report GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — After serving in Afghanistan and recently summiting Mount Kilimajaro, former Marine Corps Sgt. Kirstie Ennis is ready to ... and more »
Wounded Marine gets her new Colorado home - The Durango Herald9/21/2017 3:14:14 PM
The Durango Herald Wounded Marine gets her new Colorado home The Durango Herald In 2013, during one of her hospital stays, Ennis was given the opportunity to hit the slopes with the organization Disabled Sports USA. That's when she ... “Fly fishing , hunting , mountaineering, snowboarding, I have everything I love to do within 30 ...
Lien: Hunters, anglers, veterans ask Trump to keep public lands intact - The Coloradoan9/15/2017 9:00:29 PM
The Coloradoan Lien: Hunters , anglers, veterans ask Trump to keep public lands intact The Coloradoan Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke recently completed a review of 27 national monuments encompassing 11.3 million acres, most of which are open to hunting and fishing , and he's recommending that some of these monuments be reduced in size. Like veteran Mark ...
Natural Heritage - Cultural Tourism News ItemsInvestments in conservation easements reap benefits for Colorado - Source7/17/2017 1:26:59 PM
Source Investments in conservation easements reap benefits for Colorado Source Researchers said these data show that easements are conserving land that is important for wildlife, agriculture, tourism and outdoor recreation for Colorado's visitors and residents alike. color photo of two pronghorn antelope in a field ... Study co ... and more »
Colorado rock climbers help track down bats to… - The Denver Post7/15/2017 2:59:25 AM
The Denver Post Colorado rock climbers help track down bats to… The Denver Post U.S. Forest Service biological technicians Yann Lapotre, right, and Ari l Demarest wade through a pond to set up mist nets to catch bats and educate rock climbers on identification Saturday, June 3, 2017 at Jackson Creek Ponds near Devil's Head.
Nature-Based Tourism News ItemsWhat's killing forests in California? - Futurity: Research News6/10/2015 11:04:33 AM
What's killing forests in California? Futurity: Research News Local economies in states like California and Colorado are highly dependent on the nature-based tourism and recreation provided by forests, which offer a scenic backdrop to the skiing, fishing, and backpacking opportunities that draw so many people to ...
Predicting Tree Mortality - The UCSB Current6/9/2015 12:15:41 PM
The UCSB Current Predicting Tree Mortality The UCSB Current Local economies in states like California and Colorado are highly dependent on the nature-based tourism and recreation provided by forests, which offer a scenic backdrop to the skiing, fishing and backpacking opportunities that draw so many people to ... and more »
Growth of Eco-Tourism Raises Concerns - New York Times4/12/2009 8:07:53 AM
New York Times Growth of Eco-Tourism Raises Concerns New York Times “I think it's fair to say that 'sustainable tourism' is an oxymoron,” said Auden Schendler, the executive director of sustainability at Aspen Skiing Co. in Colorado and the author of a new book “Getting Green Done: Hard Truths from the Front Lines of ... and more »