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On December 14, 2022, the Upper Colorado River Commission (UCRC) issued a Pre-Solicitation Notice of Request for Proposals regarding a potential funding opportunity for voluntary participation in a System Conservation

Colorado is a coveted place to acquire ranch property. Many ranches in the state are in prime locations with beautiful scenery, proximity to public land, superb wildlife habitat and occasionally

If you can only read three stories about Western water this week, read these: But first, a quick note from our partner, the LOR Foundation: The LOR Foundation, a private foundation that

Steamboat Springs, Colo. Colorado Parks and Wildlife has begun to see impacts on wildlife as snow continues to pile up in Routt County. With another round of snow on the way

Humans of the Working Wild is a collection of stories from people in the West who are living, recreating and working with and among wildlife on working lands, lightly edited from

It has been a busy year at the Capitol. After much back-and-forth, two major pieces of legislation passed that will bring considerable new investments to Western working landscapes: the Inflation

Keeping a close eye on plant life across millions of acres of public lands allotments is an overwhelming challenge in and of itself. The challenge is amplified by drought, aridification,