“I think that the only hope we have to preserve this area is by the gathering of community to fight with political power.”
For three decades we have fought to protect Wolf Creek Pass from Texas-billionaire Red McCombs’ “Village at Wolf Creek” development. Wolf Creek Pass is a remote landscape in southwest Colorado that is home to a diversity of wildlife, rare wetlands, treasured backcountry, and the relatively undeveloped Wolf Creek Ski Area.
Wolf Creek Pass is an invaluable part of the southern Rockies ecosystem. In this interview Loyette Stewart, Board Vice President for the local Weminuche Audubon Society, discusses the importance of Wolf Creek Pass as a wildlife migration corridor and habitat, headwaters, wetlands, and remote landscape for human experience.
Use the links below to read more, watch the full “No Pillage at Wolf Creek” video, and take action in many ways to help protect this invaluable and treasured place.
Video Production: Alex Pullen