Conservancy News

RMNP License Plate Available January 1, 2016

New RMNP License Plate Available January 1 Estes Park—The new, much-anticipated Rocky Mountain National Park License Plate will be available January 1, 2016. The certificate for the issuance of the plate, which was approved by the Colorado General Assembly and signed into law by Governor Hickenlooper this past spring, will…

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Rocky Mountain Conservancy Announces $3.6 Million Land Protection Campaign for RMNP

Effort will permanently protect 40 acres on east side of park Estes Park, Colorado – The Rocky Mountain Conservancy (Rocky Mountain National Park’s nonprofit partner) announced today that it is spearheading a fundraising effort to acquire the largest remaining privately-held property within Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP). The organization will…

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Rocky Mountain Conservancy Transfers Johnson Property to RMNP

Estes Park, Colorado – Completing a land protection effort that began in 2012, the Rocky Mountain Conservancy (the nonprofit philanthropic partner to Rocky Mountain National Park) announced today that it has transferred the Johnson Property to Rocky Mountain National Park. In 2012, Rocky Mountain National Park identified the private inholding…

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RMNP License Plate Bill Passed!

Thanks to the overwhelming support of thousands of Colorado residents, the Rocky Mountain National Park Group Special License Plate will soon be a reality. The plate was approved by the Colorado Senate by a vote of 27 to 8 on May 6, 2015. The bill was sponsored by Senator Randy…

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