Colorado Outdoor Recreation Resource Partnership meeting Friday: Confluence of Oil & Gas Development and Recreation

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Don’t miss this! Please join CORRP on Friday, June 20th for a

discussion about the confluence of oil and gas development and recreation.

Location: Colorado Parks & Wildlife, Hunter Education building, 6060 Broadway, Denver, CO 80216
Date: Friday, June 20th, from 8:00 to 9AM (doors open at 7:30AM)

CORRP is the Colorado Outdoor Recreation Resource Partnership. CORRP communicates the public value and resulting management needs of Colorado’s diverse outdoor recreation resources in such a way that their intrinsic and economic values are maintained for future generations.

Outdoor Alliance Colorado (OAC) will be providing refreshments. OAC is a state wide human-powered recreation partnership that serves as a platform for members to coordinate their efforts to protect public lands, waters and snowscapes, and to ensure these places can be experienced in a meaningful and sustainable manner. Learn more at:

Speakers from Outdoor Alliance Colorado include Nathan Fey, American Whitewater’s Colorado Stewardship Director and Leslie Kehmeier IMBA’s Mapping Specialist. They will be sharing their work on a statewide map of the intersection of recreation and oil and gas development.

Jason Robertson, CORRP co-chair and Forest Service Rocky Mountain Region Deputy Director for Recreation, Lands & Minerals will also be sharing agency observations on the relationship between recent developments in the oil and gas industry and land management for recreation.

Don Bruns, Bureau of Land Management Colorado Recreation Program Lead, will present on recent work related to the Visual Resource Management of development as it relates to recreation, with an emphasis on mitigating those impacts.