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Cause Communications
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CO. Div. Of Wildlife
This is the homepage of the CDOW, but below you will find selected links I thought might save you time.

Colorado Div. of Wildlife's
Coexisting With Wildlife

Educational information about existing with:
Geese
Bear
Coyote
Lions
Moose

CO. Div. Of Wildlife
Natural Diversity Information Source

The Natural Diversity Information Source (NDIS) website provides Colorado with mapping, data, information, and links to similar websites concerning hunting, fishing, wildlife, habitat, and conservation planning issues in Colorado. The NDIS website is designed to provide these services for multiple audiences with differing needs and levels of subject expertise.

Colorado Environmental Coalition
The Coalition is made up of thousands of organizations and individuals who, like you, care deeply about Colorado. From soccer moms to steelworkers, from students to ranchers, from commuters to backpackers enjoying the world-famous Rocky Mountains, the Coalition's membership is as diverse as our state. The Colorado Environmental Coalition (CEC) is the largest state-based citizens' group committed to protecting Colorado's unique natural heritage. As the grassroots action arm of Colorado's environmental movement, the Coalition works to protect the state's wild lands, wildlife and quality of life.

Colorado Pollution and Prevention Program
The Sustainability Program of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is committed to promoting a healthy and sustainable environment in Colorado by supporting the integration of environmental sustainability concepts into Colorado business, public, and government practices

Colorado Species Conservation Partnership
The Great Outdoors Colorado Trust Fund (GOCO), in partnership with the Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW), private landowners and non-governmental organizations throughout the state have developed a far-reaching species protection program along with the U.S. Department of Interior.

Colorado Water Conservation Board
The Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) meets regularly every other month and in special meetings as needed.

Colorado Water Protection Project
Simple household activities can have a negative impact on Colorado's water quality: Improperly disposing of motor oil Overusing lawn and garden products Leaving pet waste on the ground Rain, snowmelt and overwatering move these household-generated pollutants to rivers, lakes and streams. This polluted runoff has a major impact on water quality. While activities in and around our individual homes may contribute only small amounts of pollutants, they all add up to larger pollution problems in our watersheds.

Colorado Wildlife Heritage Foundation
“If we desire Colorado’s wildlife to exist tomorrow - AS it exists today, we need to ensure their legacy, by securing funds for projects that benefit wildlife and the people of Colorado.”

I-25 Valley Highway - Logan to 6th Ave. EIS
FHWA and the CDOT have undertaken the preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for I-25 from Logan Street to 6th Ave. in Denver. The statement will concentrate on the current operational and safety problems along the highway. HOTLINE: 720-489-7923

Water Flow
Real time data for streamflow in Colorado.

Water Saver
Watersaver.org is an information warehouse dedicated to helping you access water related entities throughout the Front Range of Colorado as well as providing tools that help explain and calculate efficient outdoor watering times, tips on saving water indoors, Xeriscape and tree care recommendations. All of this information will make WaterSaver.org your most valuable water and landscape related resource.

Ageiss Environmental, Inc.

Aquatic Organisms of Colorado

BLM

Colorado Current & Historic Water Data

Colorado Department of Natural Resources

Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment

Colorado Division of Water Resources

Colorado Division of Wildlife

Colorado Division of Wildlife
Species Conservation


Colorado Geological Survey

Colorado Herpetological Society

Colorado Mountain Club

Colorado Natural Areas Program

Colorado Outdoor Guide

Colorado Spider Survey

Colorado State Conservation Board

Colorado Water History

CoPIRG

CTL/Thompson

Delta Dynamics

Denver Botanical Gardens

Denver County Cooperative Extension

Denver Water

EarthJustice

ERO Resources

Front Range Living

Governor's Office of Energy Management and Conservation

Groundwater and Environmental Services, Inc.

KIODZ Solar

Kumar and Associates, Inc.

Metro Solar

Mile Hi Solar

Mt. Evans Meyer-Womble Observatory

National Geothermal Collaborative

Sierra Club Rocky Mountain Chapter

Tim Olsen Consulting

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Wright Water Engineers, Inc.

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DOLORES
ENVIRONMENT and CONSERVATION

Dolores Water Conservancy District

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DURANGO
ENVIRONMENT and CONSERVATION

Colorado Environmental Coalition
The Coalition is made up of thousands of organizations and individuals who, like you, care deeply about Colorado. From soccer moms to steelworkers, from students to ranchers, from commuters to backpackers enjoying the world-famous Rocky Mountains, the Coalition's membership is as diverse as our state. The Colorado Environmental Coalition (CEC) is the largest state-based citizens' group committed to protecting Colorado's unique natural heritage. As the grassroots action arm of Colorado's environmental movement, the Coalition works to protect the state's wild lands, wildlife and
quality of life.

Southwest Conservation Corps
It is the Mission of Southwest Conservation Corps to provide young men and women of the Four Corners Region with structured, safe and challenging work and education opportunities through employment projects that promote personal growth, the development of social skills, and an ethic of natural resource
stewardship.

Colorado Wild

Endless Energy Systems

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