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Sportsmen's Roundtable and Caucuses
Sportsmen's Roundtable and Caucuses
​​​Colorado Parks and Wildlife depends on feedback and advice from our state’s hunters and anglers to make the best decisions about the management of fish, wildlife, and habitat. In order to discuss issues and gather ideas, CPW convenes a statewide Sportsmen’s Roundtable and regional Sportsmen’s Caucus meetings. The Sportsmen’s Roundtable includes 24 people representing hunters and anglers from all over the state. The regional Sportsmen’s Caucuses are open to any local hunter and provide a forum for discussing more local issues. 

Get Involved!

​Attend a Regional Caucus Meeting: CPW is hosting regional caucus meetings around the state to discuss important issues with local hunters and anglers. 

Delegates were elected for each region in February and early March 2013. Upcoming meetings around the state will be announced when they are available.

For more information about the Sportsmen’s Roundtable and Regional Caucus meetings, see the Fact Sheet or contact Jody Kennedy at or 303-291-7174.


Sportsmen's Roundtable conference call - January 2014
Sportsmen's Roundtable meeting in Denver February 15, 2014 - Summary ​​

Northwest Colorado

Meeting to be announced​
See the NW delegates within press release.
Contact:​, 970-255-6162 

Southeast Colorado

Meeting to be announced​
See the SE delegates within press release.

Northeast Colorado

Meeting to be announced​​

Southwest Colorado

All hunters and anglers who are concerned about wildlife and related issues are invited to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Southwest Region "Sportsmen's Roundtable" meeting, 6:30-8:30 p.m., April 14, at the Monte Vista Co-Op in the San Luis Valley. The co-op is located just east of Monte Vista on the north side of U.S. Highway 160. Anyone who is unable to attend but has specific questions or concerns can send that information to Joe Lewandowski, southwest region public information officer, at or call him at 1-970-375-6708.​