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Western Colorado CongressCheck out the live-stream footage from EARTHWORKS for the full testimony: www.facebook.com/earthworksaction/videos/10155489711618838/

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David ReedWho are the other two activists with her?

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Betsy A LeonardThanks Kristin, I hope it does some good.

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Susan Justicethank you! need to think of our future generations..picture image.

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Dave MorrisI think our cows do more damage.

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WCC’s 2017 Annual Conference

Saturday, August 26 at 9:00 am to 5:30 pm
Two Rivers Conference Center, Grand Junction

As our keynote speaker, Shasti Conrad will delve into “The National Landscape: What This Political Moment Means for the Grassroots”. Plus you’ll have two rounds of workshops to choose from on topics from “Immigration: Our Role in the Journey” to “Putting Our Work on the Map”. Register and learn more about the conference here!

Give voice to the Forest!

Whether you hike, mountain bike, bird watch, or simply enjoy the views in any part of the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison (GMUG) National Forest, you need to know about the US Forest Service’s upcoming planning effort for those lands. Forest plans are long-term management documents that will guide the next 20-30 years of decision-making in our forest. Mark you calendar now for the Forest Service open house closest to you in July – August.

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