Morning Magazine Podcast Friday 21, 2021

We hear about a bill just passed by the state Senate to expand labor protections for agricultural workers followed by news a district court judge in Denver has ruled a safe encampment site in Park Hill for homeless persons can […]

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Dot Org: Colorado Native Plant Society

Colorado Native Plant Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the knowledge, appreciation and conservation of native plants and habitats of Colorado through education, stewardship and advocacy. They have several events coming up soon. Marketing and Events Coordinator Denise […]

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Dot Org: Civic Center Conservancy

The Civic Center Conservancy is a nonprofit that partners with the City and County of Denver to restore, enhance and activate Denver’s historic Civic Center Park. On June 6th there is a free fitness workout program in the park and on […]

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Colorado Endangered Species Week

“We have 22 million acres of public land here in Colorado that can support a lot of biodiversity, a lot of species, but we need to keep those islands of public lands connected, so that as our climate changes, threats […]

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Dot Org: Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Since 1984, Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC) has been motivating and enabling people to become active stewards of Colorado’s natural resources.  May 20th is Colorado Public Lands Day.  Alli Bell, Families and Youth Coordinator, talks with host Sean Hedden about […]

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The Nature Conservancy and the March for Science

Many organizations working around conservation and environmental protection are concerned about the future of environmental protection under a Trump administration – from climate denial and the appointment of Scott Pruitt to head up the EPA, to proposed funding cuts to […]

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Bald eagle population rebounds in Colorado

In the early 1970’s there were fewer than 450 nesting pairs of Bald Eagles in the lower 48 United States, and fewer than 10 in the entire state of Colorado. The population has bounced back somewhat and in 2007 the […]

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