Wildlife at a Crossroads: Conserving Colorado's Wildlife Heritage and Promoting a New Energy Future

(10-07-2008)

ASC Community Partnerships is pleased to host "Wildlife at a Crossroads: Conserving Colorado's Wildlife Heritage and Promoting a New Energy Future" workshop. Partnering with Colorado Wildlife Federation and Trout Unlimited, the workshop will focus on climate change and its impact on Colorado wildlife. This workshop is only being offered in Denver, Grand Junction and Alamosa. Wildlife enthusiasts will come together to learn about the future of Colorado wildlife and how to make a difference. The featured speakers at the workshop will be David Dittloff, from the National Wildlife Federation, and Todd Malmsbury, from Resource Media (environmental resource non-profit) and a former Division of Wildlife retiree, both from the Denver area.

Are you a wildlife enthusiast? Hunter or Angler? Bring a friend and come attend the free workshop in Alamosa from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25 at the Adams State College School of Business room 142, located on Richardson Avenue and 3rd Street. Refreshments will be provided. For more information or to register for the workshop contact ASC Community Partnerships at 719-587-8227.

Climate change impacts fish and wildlife here in Colorado. Join with other enthusiasts to strategize and learn about methods to improve conservation, teach other Coloradans about the threats to wildlife, and work to improve policies and funding that impact wildlife's future. Discussions will center on supporting efforts to implement governmental policies that will positively impact wildlife, implementing local conservation practices to restore populations, and understanding the causes and issues of climate change and how to expand public knowledge and awareness of the topic. Space is limited so please call 719-587-8227 to reserve your seat.

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