What if Colorado Parks and Wildlife could expand 13 state parks – including Castlewood Canyon, Cheyenne Mountain, Golden Gate, Lake Pueblo, Roxborough and Staunton – without spending a penny?
This story first appeared in The Outsider, the premium outdoor newsletter by Jason Blevins.
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With the stroke of a pen, the Colorado State Land Board of Commissioners could transfer 8,817 acres of state land inside and adjacent to 13 state parks and one state wildlife area to Colorado Parks and Wildlife. But the land board does not want to give the acres up as it negotiates with CPW over a new 10-year contract for management of the land-trust owned acres that benefit…
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