Posted on November 21 2006
Coloradans make a difference in their state’s wildlife and conservation efforts. They vote for license fee increases. They helped create a Wildlife Management Public Education Advisory Council. And they don’t mind paying for things like huge billboards featuring the native greenback cutthroat, which in 1959 was thought extinct but which now benefits from intensive long-term restoration efforts. Ed Dentry writes about all this in today’s Rocky Mountain News.