2017 Pathways Conference presented by Colorado State University, US Fish & Wildlife Service and Rocky Mountain National Park

Pathways Conference 2017

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Join us for the Pathways 2017 conference hosted by Colorado State University, in partnership with the US Fish and Wildlife Service in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado!

Abstract due date: April 24, 2017 (Call for abstracts Dec. 1)

Theme: Futures

 

Website: www.HDFWConference.org  

 

Mark your Calendar: September 17 – 20, 2017

Location: This year we return to the YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park/Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Nestled in the outskirts of the beautiful town of Estes Park, the YMCA of the Rockies is surrounded by Rocky Mountain National Park on three sides. This venue provides a fantastic setting with abundant wildlife viewing opportunities at your doorstep.

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Alliance for a Better UTAH: great group fighting to protect Utah from Utahans

Alliance for a Better UTAHYou did it. On Monday we delivered nearly 3,000 signatures to BLM Director Juan Palma, asking the BLM to hold accountable Phil Lyman and his friends for breaking the law by riding roughshod through Recapture Canyon.Director Palma assured us that he is working to hold the protesters accountable. The BLM is preparing to release a report they will then deliver to the US Attorney’s Office in Utah. We anticipated this would happen by directing our petition not only to the BLM, but to US Attorney David Barlow as well. We will follow this every step of the way.

In the meantime, we hope you’ll scroll down to catch up on the latest from the Alliance for a Better UTAH. If you like what you see, chip in a few bucks by clicking here. We depend on donations from supporters like you to keep our elected leaders honest.

Happy Fourth of July,

Josh, Maryann & Isaac
Your Better UTAH Team


Federal Interagency annual pass opens the gate to more than 2,000 recreation areas

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Celebrate Independence in the great outdoors
Interagency annual pass opens the gate to more than
2,000 recreation areas

Dear Park Enthusiast –
This summer, why not flex your independence by experiencing all the treasures your national parks and wildlife areas have to offer, with the convenient annual Interagency pass?Buy the Interagency pass now and start using it this weekend**.

For a single, one-time fee, you get a full year of access to more than 2,000 Federal recreation sites across the country managed by:

National Park Service
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
U.S. Forest Service
Bureau of Land Management
• Bureau of Reclamation

Imagine hiking through a pristine meadow in Yellowstone, or visiting historic Gettysburg where President Lincoln delivered his famous address. Take your family to see designs and symbols carved onto volcanic rocks 700 years ago at Petroglyph National Monument. Visit just two or three recreation areas in the next 12 months and your Interagency pass will have paid for itself!

Learn more online. If you have questions, call our Customer Service Representatives at
(703) 994-4194 or email service.

Best wishes and Happy 4th of July –
Kinsail Corporation
Authorized Vendor of the National Parks / Interagency Annual Pass
1420 Beverly Road
Suite 150
McLean VA 22101
P: (703) 994-4194
F: (518) 615-8422
service* If you buy your annual Interagency pass now (between today and July 31), it’s valid
through July 31, 2015.
** If you request expedited shipping.

Submit Your Photos: 2014 Share the Experience Contest America’s federal lands, national parks, forests, waterways and historical sites

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Share the Experience Photo Contest is Back!The 2014 Share the Experience Photo Contest is now accepting entries through December 31. If you’re an amateur photographer, this is your chance to submit inspiring images of America’s federal lands, national parks, forests, waterways and historical sites. The 2014 contest features many prizes and a brand new submission category – Night Skies.Share the Experience showcases amazing photography that highlights the endless recreation opportunities and breathtaking scenery offered by our federal lands. In 2013 about 18,000 images were submitted. See our complete list of 2013 winners and honorable mentions.

Will you be our next winner? The 2014 Grand Prize package includes $10,000, the winning image featured on the 2016 America the Beautiful – The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass and other great prizes. For a full listing of prizes and rules, or to submit a photo, please visit www.sharetheexperience.org.

2014 submission categories include:

· Adventure & Outdoor Recreation

· Historical & Cultural

· Let’s Move Outside!

· Night Skies – NEW!

· Scenic, Seasons & Landscapes

· Wildlife

Participating Federal Agencies include: National Park Service, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Forest Service.

Make sure you, your family and friends visit www.sharetheexperience.org to view amazing photos and weekly winners, vote for favorites and submit your entries.

Good Luck!

Enter Your Photo NowCONTEST SPONSORSNational Park Foundation
ACTIVE Network
Celestron

 

 

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Paid Internship with meaningful Natural Resource Work and Research

Colorado Youth Corps Association is partnering with the Bureau of Land Management to offer paid internships across the state as a pathway to natural

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resource careers. CYCA is currently seeking to fill 13 positions that are 12-week, full-time, paid internships ($10-$13) with Field Offices across Colorado to perform meaningful natural resource work and research. A handful of the positions have an early May start date.

You may find these listings at www.cyca.org/careers/ with links to the Position Descriptions for your review. We kindly ask that you pass this information along to your networks.

If you have any questions about these positions please feel free to reach out to the identified contact for each position; or contact CYCA Associate Director Scott Segerstrom at ssegerstrom and 303-863-0604.

Many thanks in advance for your support of these opportunities.

Jennifer Freeman, Executive Director

Colorado Youth Corps Association

225 East Sixteenth Avenue, Suite 475

Denver, CO 80203

Direct – 303-863-0602

Main – 303-863-0600

Cell – 720-273-9861

Fax – 303-863-0610

jfreeman@cyca.org

www.CYCA.org

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