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Conservation

 

From the beginning, the Colorado Mountain Club has worked to create, define and protect the Colorado experience. In 1912, CMC charter members Enos Mills and James Grafton Rogers worked tirelessly to designate the Estes Park Valley and beyond as Rocky Mountain National Park.  Their success in 1915 marked the beginning of the CMC Conservation legacy and changed millions of lives.  This is the very heart of the Club – a combination of experience, belief, and action.

Today, the CMC Conservation Department continues this tradition by promoting sustainable recreation, protecting wild lands, creating and maintaining access to Colorado’s best places for recreation, and engaging in stewardship in the places that hold so much meaning for members.

Our work is unique in that it is bi-partisan, specific to Colorado, and leverages advocacy with results on the ground.  Follow the links below to learn what we are planning for 2015 and beyond.


PUBLIC LANDS  We work with state and federal land managers to build processes, directives and plans that support sustainable recreation, create access to important recreation areas and protect ecologically significant wildlands across Colorado.  Learn more...

BACKCOUNTRY SNOWSPORTS INITIATIVE (BSI)            We unite winter organizations and enthusiasts in the important goal of maintaining snow, mountain town and winter recreation culture and opportunities in Colorado.  Learn more...


 

STEWARDSHIP  We perform land conservation and trail rehabilitation projects within the Southern Rockies to give back to places that we love.  Learn more...

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7.13.15 - CMC Conservation Updates


 

SUCCESS!

On February 15, 2015, President Obama announced the designation of the Browns Canyon National Monument.  Check out our blog post to hear more about this decision and the CMC's role in it.


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Our important work relies on generous contributions from donors like you. You can support our programs and campaigns by making a tax-deductible gift today.