Sutey Management Plan Environmental Assessment Comments Due Nov. 5

The Sutey Management Plan Environmental Assessment comments are due today, Monday November 5. The BLM's preferred Alternative 1 provides the most wildlife protection and that is the alternative we are encouraging the Agency to implement.

Email your comments to or mail to BLM, 2300 River Frontage Road, Silt, CO 81652, Attn: Sutey/Haines Management Plan.

See COWPL's letter at: Sutey EA Response 110118

Take Action to Defend NEPA

Comments Due August 20

The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is our bedrock environmental protection statute. It is the law that gives the public the right to have input on federal actions. We are preparing comments in response to proposed changes that would minimize these opportunities. We encourage your participation by reviewing the information and submitting comments. Click here for more details. Note that the comment period is extended to August 20, 2018.

See the following DRAFT response letter for talking points: CEQ regs ANPR comm DRAFT 7-18. If you would like to sign on to the letter please email us at .

Blue Valley Proposed Land Exchange EIS & Comments Submitted

The proposed Blue Valley land exchange would privatize 15 linear miles of river frontage on the Blue River, a Gold Medal trout stream, just north of Silverthorne. In June, we submitted comments on the BLM's draft Environmental Impact Statement expressing our concern about loss of public access, riverfront parcels, public land with high natural resource values, and questions of land valuations. Read the comments COWPL submitted at 2018 BVR DEIS COWPL Comments 062218.

See more about the proposed land exchange and the draft EIS on the BLM's website.

COWPL Event – Our Public Lands at Risk

June 12 in Carbondale

Colorado Wild Public Lands presents a conversation: Our Public Lands at Risk with Erik Murdock and Kenji Haroutunian of the Access Fund. Tuesday June 12 from 5 pm to 7 pm at Batch Brewery in Carbondale.

Buffalo Horn Land Exchange EA & Comments Submitted

The issue in this proposed Buffalo Horn land exchange near Meeker is whether the BLM will gain hunting grounds that are equal in quality to those they propose to trade away; and concern over the proposed reduction of the grazing rights of several family ranches. In May, we analyzed the alternatives, submitted comments and recommended that the proposed exchange would not be in the public interest. Read our comments at Buffalo Horn LEX EA Comments from COWPL_060618. w EXHIBITS.
See more details on the proposed land exchange on the BLM's website.

AYPA Fair Postcard Writing Campaign

Write to Colorado's Senators and tell them to reject Trump's Feb. 12 Infrastructure Proposal.

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