Group urges tougher roadless rules

Coloradoan (Fort Collins, CO)
Bobby Magill
Thursday, April 15, 2010

CSU wildlife ecologist Barry Noon and 10 other Colorado State University scientists joined a chorus of more than 500 university scientists nationwide on Wednesday opposing an effort to exempt Colorado from a federal rule that would protect more than 4 million acres of the state's national forests as roadless and more than 58 million acres across the country. Read more...

Ruling on roadless areas

By Missy Votel
The Durango Telegraph


After nearly 10 years of twists and turns, Colorado’s Roadless Rule appears to be coming into the homestretch. While the effort is being lauded by state officials, including Gov. Bill Ritter, some conservationists say the rule doesn’t go far enough in protecting the state’s 4.2 million acres of roadless lands.  Read more...

Roadless rule continues to fall short

By Joel Webster

Scientists ask Obama to back national roadless rule

By Bob Berwyn
Summit County Citizens Voice


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