Habitat Partnership Program (HPP), funded by revenue from the sale of big game licenses, develops partnerships among landowners, land managers, sportsmen, the public and Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) to reduce wildlife conflict, particularly conflict associated with forage and fencing. HPP committees (see map, below) are responsible for finding local solutions to local problems.
HPP committee members are drawn from local livestock and crop producers, the sporting community, and employees of the United State Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management and Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and from other local specialists.
Committee Meeting Announcements and Minutes
The meeting schedules for local HPP committees are now posted online. Meeting announcements will be posted at least 7 days prior to the committee meeting. A contact number is also provided if you have specific questions about the meeting or who to get in touch with regarding a project you would like to submit.
In addition to the meeting announcement, the minutes of the meeting will also be available after they have been approved by the committee. Generally this approval takes place at the next regularly scheduled meeting so there may be a delay between the meeting and the posting of the minutes for that meeting.
To view this information, click on the current meetings button above or visit the
HPP Committee Meetings page.
HPP Partnership Committee Boundries
Additional HPP Program Information
Contact a nearby
Colorado Parks and Wildlife office or a
local committee CPW representative if you have questions or need more information about the Habitat Partnership Program, or if you have other wildlife-related questions.
Each annual report consists of a cover memo, a list of project cooperators and one of accomplishments, committee finances, costs and hours by GBL, and a glossary of terms and abbreviations used in the reports.
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