Thank you to everyone who joined us for our Protect NEPA events in February and March at the Ute Mountaineer and Roaring Fork Conservancy. We'd also like to thank our partners Women For Wild Lands and the Independence Pass Foundation. We deeply appreciate everyone’s time and enthusiasm.

Over 100 postcards were completed in support of protecting the existing National Environmental Policy Act regulations. As one participant wrote: "Please do not take away the public's right and opportunity to participate in decisions regarding our public lands. Please don't diminish the role that science plays in our public lands’ future."

COWPL has submitted a technical letter to the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) and joined other conservation organizations in further efforts.

COWPL’s efforts are featured in an article in the Aspen Daily News. We will keep you updated as the fight to protect NEPA moves forward.