Ruffin' It at the Hot Tomato
Join us Sunday, July 24 to celebrate our dog-friendly NCAs!
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NCA Photo Project
By Rob Kurtzman
This June, the Public Lands Alliance shone their Member Spotlight on CCA!
This short video will teach you everything you need to know to confidently visit archaeological sites...
More than 8,000 years before the pyramids were built and about 11,000 years before the cliff houses went up at Mesa Verde, humans took up housekeeping under a rock overhang along the Gunnison River.
The plan literally covers a lot of ground. It designates where ATVs, jeeps, and dirt bikes are allowed. It sets aside areas for quiet uses, such as horseback riding and hiking.
Stop by the Hot Tomato on July 24th for an afternoon of Pizza, Pints, Pups and Music benefiting CCA's work to restore the Dog Island Campsite and protect our dog-friendly public lands!
The Bureau of Land Management Ranger of the Year for 2015, Frank Stepleton, works in the Grand Junction Field Office and is primarily focused on law enforcement within the McInnis Canyons and Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Areas.