Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Welcome to the Resource Stewardship Department!

Our team works closely with park staff and specialists to maintain the ecological integrity of our parks now and for future generations, while still providing the best possible recreational experience for park visitors.

The primary responsibility of the Resource Stewardship Section is to produce Stewardship Plans for each park. In addition, our main focus areas include:

  • Biological sustainability

  • Threatened and endangered species compliance

  • Forest management

  • Rare plants

  • Noxious weeds

  • Aquatic nuisance species

  • Revegetation/restoration

  • Raptor monitoring

  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping

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You can make a difference by becoming a Colorado Parks and Wildlife volunteer. By becoming a volunteer you can learn new skills, meet new people, and visit new landscapes. Outdoor stewardship will become a new and rewarding aspect of your life. Have fun and give something back at the same time!

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