Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-09-24 23:31:50 –
Governor Denver-Jared Polis celebrated National Public Land Day with the following statement, encouraging all Colorado states to use Colorado public land.
Colorado’s millions of acres of precious public land make our state the premier destination for outdoor recreation and enjoyment. From visiting one of Colorado’s precious national parks and monuments to recreating it on the vast and diverse acres of Colorado’s national forests, wildlife sanctuaries, parks and BLM lands, you’ll get it from the outdoors in Colorado. The benefits are endless. On this National Public Land Day, I recommend offering a day of service to fellow Colorado or thanking you for visiting your local public land. We also need to be vigilant to protect the state’s natural beauty and outdoor resources, and encourage everyone to reproduce responsibly.
“Colorado’s public land is exactly the crown jewels of our state,” said Dan Gibbs, Secretary-General of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources.
Colorado has over 22 million acres of public land, from wetlands to forests, canyon landscapes and mountain lakes. Governor Police strongly supports Colorado’s outdoor activities Fulfilled his oath Double the amount of trust in publicly accessible land with public access programs.
11 months ago, Governor Police open Colorado’s 42nd State Park, called Fishers Peak in Trinidad, has created an Outdoor Community Partnership Initiative to promote community-led sustainable conservation and recreational planning.
This summer, Governor Police signed several legislation that would provide Colorado with more opportunities to go out and recreate and protect the state. Keep Colorado Wild Pass, signature According to Governor Police in June, state park passes will cost less, outdoor recreation will be more accessible, and the ability to more sustainably protect, plan and invest in state public lands will improve over the long term. increase.Governor Police also signed the law Outdoor Equity Grant Program In June, underserved young people and their families are working to increase access and opportunities to enjoy Colorado’s outdoors.
Police-Primavera administration too Colorado Climate Corps In September, we will organize a group of AmeriCorps volunteers to address climate change, the effects of climate change, and improve the overall health and resilience of public lands.
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