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Annual Reports
Annual Reports

Annual Reports, Fact Sheets, and Publications

Find updated reports regarding CPW’s conservation and management activity throughout the state. These reports highlight the work being done by staff each day to conserve the natural resources of Colorado for current and future generations to enjoy.

Annual Reports & Fact Sheets

2019 Future Generations Act Report

The 2019 Future Generations Act report highlights CPW's progress towards fulfilling 10 goals by 2025 as outlined by the Act.

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2019 Agency Fact Sheet

The 2019 CPW fact sheet provides a wide variety of valuable information including statistics and inventories, statewide programs and the annual revenue for the 2018​ fiscal year.

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2018 Law Enforcement Report

Find information and annual statistics on wildlife violations in Colorado.

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Funding the Future: Public Engagement Report

Read the summary of what CPW heard from sportsmen and other interestested public regarding funding the future of wildlife management and conservation in Colorado.

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WAFWA Report: 25 Years of Funding

This report explains how CPW relies on license fees and Pitman-Robertson and Dingell-Johnson excise taxes to fund wildlife agency operations.

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2015 Public Access Fact Sheet

There are many ways for Coloradans to access the outdoors through properties and conservation easements owned or managed by CPW.

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Recruitment and Retention Fact Sheet

Learn about the economic significance of hunting and fishing and how CPW designs programs and opportunities to recruit new hunters and anglers.

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Policy and Operations

Learn how our policies and principles are helping us protect and invest in our natural resources.

Regional Operations

Discover how CPW helps enhance and balance each region's growing needs for recreation, wildlife, urban coexistence, and working lands.

Partnerships/Efficiency Successes

Effective partnerships help CPW leverage its limited resources to achieve big results.

Program Highlights

Economic Contribution and Planning for the Future

Outdoor recreation provides for over 500,000 Colorado jobs -​​ ​nearly 20% of the state's ​workforce. As an industry, outdoor recreation makes up ​10% of the state GDP.​

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