Eagle County Community Wildlife Roundtable.
The purpose of the Eagle County Community Wildlife Roundtable is to gather a
group of diverse stakeholders in the valley to understand and address issues facing
wildlife populations. Together we will identify a shared vision and realistic actions
that the community can rally around to support wildlife. We want to leverage
diverse values, creativity, and resources to move to positive action.
Building a Model for Community, Collaboration, and Wildlife Conservation on Colorado’s Western Slope.
Conservation at the intersection:
Examining residents' perceptions of and preferences for wildlife, outdoor recreation, and development
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