COSA 2021 Partners in the Outdoors Conference

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Colorado Parks & WIldlife would like to invite you to join the Partners in the Outdoors community as we continue to explore the complicated relationship between conservation and recreation in our state. At this year’s virtual conference, we will continue our efforts to advance the priorities identified in Colorado’s Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) while also supporting Colorado’s Outdoor Principles.

Beginning Thursday, April 22nd, the conference will kick things off by featuring two remarkable keynote speakers including (Free registration for ALL sessions & keynotes):

In addition to these Opening Keynote Speakers, we are announcing this limited schedule of conference sessions. In recognizing the webinar/virtual meeting fatigue all of us are feeling, we are scaling back our virtual offerings this year. However, we are hosting these unique and relevant sessions that help advance the priority areas identified in Colorado’s Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP). Please see below for more information and note that separate registration is required for each session.

  • "Laugh and Live: The joy of diversity in hunting and fishing"

  • "Managing Our Public Lands in the Face of Wildfire: A US Forest Service Perspective"

  • "Effectively Managing Increasing Visitation to Colorado’s Public Lands"

  • "What Are the Impacts of Recreation on Wildlife?"

  • "Envision Recreation in Balance: Practical advice for collaborative planning and transformative action"

Please visit our website to stay updated on conference details and registration (free).

Jeremy Sifuentes
Statewide Partnership Program Assistant

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