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The Monthly Scoop provides our members with up-to-date insights on what’s new with us at the Alliance. Every month, a member from the SJCA staff gives an update on their work and follows up with by answering any questions you may have. The scope of topics ranges from Animas recreation to energy transition in New Mexico.
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The Monthly Scoop happens on the third Thursday of the month from 5 to 6pm via Zoom. We’ll send out an email a week beforehand with Zoom registration info and the presentation topic. After the SJCA staff member gives a short presentation, there will be a Q&A session for audience members.

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Wolf Creek Pass Update

| Newsletter, Wildlife | No Comments
Wolf Creek Pass, straddling the Continental Divide between Pagosa and Del Norte along the Rio Grande and San Juan National Forest boundary, is a haven for wildlife – including critical habitat for the endangered Canada lynx and an important migration…

Wildlife Program Update

| Newsletter, Wildlife | No Comments
SJCA’s wildlife program is going strong, focusing on wolf restoration and bighorn sheep management. Wolves:  Planning Process on Track Colorado Parks and Wildlife is well on its way to creating a comprehensive management plan for the restoration of wolves to…

EPC City Council Talking Points

| Energy Transition, Events, Renewable Energy | No Comments
The City Council is voting (on Tuesday 11/1) on whether to stick with the contract going forward and have energy efficiency and solar upgrades performed. SJCA is urging the city council to stick with the full EPC!

PRESS RELEASE: Court Again Rejects Village at Wolf Creek Development Proposal

| Press Release, Wolf Creek | One Comment
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 21, 2022  A Federal District Court Thursday once again rejected plans by the would-be developers of the Village at Wolf Creek to gain access across national forest lands for the ill-conceived project. Senior  Federal Judge Christine…