We are listening: Join the Conservation Conversation
We want to hear from you! CPW is committed to learning as much as it can from citizens who love any type of outdoor recreation. Help us find new ways to conserve the natural resources Coloradans hold so dear.
Haven't spoken up before? Not an angler or a hunter? Rarely go to a Colorado state park? Even better.
Your voice counts.
Join us for a public CPW Commission forum on
July 10, 2018 at 1:00 pm. Meet like-minded citizens, help us understand what matters to you in conservation, hear from guest speakers in a wide range of activities and groups, and ask questions.
How to participate:
Submit your questions and comments to the forum through our
Attend in person (it's a
beautiful time to be in Crested Butte!).
RSVP to the Facebook event where you can submit questions in advance.
Watch and participate in the Facebook Live event.
- Submit questions in advance via using the hashtag
How to prepare:
Hear from our panel of experts:
Senior Director for Western States,
Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation
As a native Coloradan, hunter, and angler, Andy has a vested interest in advancing, protecting and promoting sportsmen’s issues in the West. In his role, Andy oversees and interacts with the state legislative sportsmen’s caucuses and members of the Governors Sportsmen’s Caucus throughout the region.
Brand Manager & Director of Creative Development,
Jen co-founded the Colorado Adrenaline Trail (CAT Trail) campaign and founded the MOG (Manufacturers of Outdoor Gear) Outdoor Fest. An avid telemark skier, she is an intrepid adventurer on mountain bike & motorcycle trails. Jen carries a deep passion for the Grand Junction area and maintaining access to the public lands surrounding it.
In addition to being an advocate for human-powered recreation opportunities, Julie is an avid hiker, mountain biker, skier, and kayaker. She works with land managers, policymakers, and local user groups to create sustainable recreation plans that promote natural resource conservation. Read More>
President & Board of Directors, Colorado Plateau Mountain Bike Trail Association, Inc.
Scott is an avid outdoor enthusiast involved with singletrack trail organization, planning, and creation for the past 25 years. His organization advocates for construction and maintenance of non-motorized singletrack trail. When not blazing biking trails, you’ll find him hiking and boating throughout public lands. Read More>
Chaffee County Commissioner;
Ark Anglers, LLC
Long involved in water issues, Greg has been a river guide or outfitter since 1985. When not serving as a county commissioner, he co-owns ArkAnglers, with fly shops and guide service out of Salida and Buena Vista. Read More>
City of Arvada ; Owner,
Larson’s Ski & Sport
John grew up in Arvada, CO and is an avid skier, snowboarder, dirt bike rider, hunter, angler, windsurfer, cyclist, mechanic, home remodeler, and fitness enthusiast. He served on the State Trails OHV Subcommittee from 2004-2017 and the Colorado State Trail Committee from 2008-2016. Read More>
Principal & Senior Ecologist,
Julia works to reduce the impact of transportation, recreation and development on wildlife and ecological systems. She is a recognized expert in wildlife crossings and road ecology.