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Investments in conservation easements reap benefits for Colorado

A new analysis from CSU found that each dollar invested by the state for conservation easements produced benefits of between $4 and $12 for Coloradans.

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Changes in conservation planning can benefit vulnerable mammals

A new multi-dimensional approach to setting wildlife conservation priorities will safeguard more animals.

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Colorado’s action-oriented approach to climate change gains national attention

Colorado’s State Wildlife Action plan includes an assessment of how key habitat types could be impacted by a changing climate. The team that produced the analysis subsequently received a national award.

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Colorado’s comprehensive public lands map gets big makeover

The Colorado Natural Heritage Program, with help from CSU’s Geospatial Centroid, recently launched a new COMaP system.

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