Rockies Project Mission StatementBuilding upon 130 years of service to the region, the Rockies Project conducts state-of-the-art research helping Rockies residents clearly see our communities, our environment, and our economy so we can better shape our future.
- Community Based Conservation in Greater Yellowstone
- American Bison: Native Wildlife or Domestic Livestock?
- The Effects of a Warming Climate on Glacier National Park
- Our Beef Doesn’t Burn: Ranching vs. Drilling in the Thompson Divide
- Protecting native wildlife to maintain ecological and economic stability: westslope cutthroat trout
Monthly Archives: September 2011
National Geographic adventure chroniclers talked Monday at The Colorado College about the environmental challenges the Colorado River faces
In 1998, the Colorado River ran dry for the first time on its journey to Mexico’s Sea of Cortez, leaving 90 miles of dusty, cracked delta. Over a spec of time in human history, humankind turned a boiling, dynamic 1,450-mile … Continue reading
Come to the first State of the Rockies Speaker Series events tonight at 7pm in the Cornerstone Arts building on the CC campus! Jonathan Waterman and Pete McBride, co-authors of The Colorado River Basin: Flowing Through Conflict will be showing … Continue reading
Join us tomorrow night, Monday 9/12, at 7 pm for the first State of the Rockies Project Speakers Series event of the year in the Celeste South Theater in the Cornerstone Arts building on the Colorado College campus. Jonathan Waterman … Continue reading