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  • March 20, 2018
    5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

:As Colorado’s nature-loving population grows exponentially, imposing ever-greater impacts on our shared pubic landscapes, it is time to engage in a thoughtful dialogue about how to encourage outdoor recreation while maintaining the attractiveness and quality of those Colorado lands. Join us on March 20th for a robust discussion with some of Colorado’s most knowledgeable spokespersons on balancing Colorado’s growing and prosperous outdoor recreation economy with securing resouces to adequately protect and sustain our natural spaces and landscapes. Panelists will share their thoughts and recommendations for taking action to ensure the viability for Colorado’s outdoors, offering a diverse perspective in this important discussion on the future of our state’s public lands. Convened by Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado as part of its Naturally United series, the evening discussion will include representatives from Conservation Colorado, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the Outdoor Industry Association, Leave No Trace/Colorado Office of Tourism Partnership, and the Colorado-based firm, Public Opinion Strategies, which is instrumental in conducting research for the Conservation in the West Poll produced as part of the Colorado College’s State of the Rockies Report.

Date: March 20th

Time: 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

We will meet at Daniels Fund 101 Monroe Street Denver, CO

Free Parking

Light Snacks Provided


101 Monroe St Denver, Denver, Colorado, 80206, United States