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    2009 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card

    Speaking to a long-standing tradition of the Rockies Report Cards "grading" the region on a variety of attributes, this year includes a brief look at three areas: crime and incarceration in the Rockies, historic preservation in the Rockies, and an evaluation of regional representation by elected officials. The Report Card also tackles issues of wildlife in the Rockies, dedicating three sections to the topic: "Wildlife: Range and Condition," "Wildlife Management," and "Impacts of Energy Development on Wildlife." Tangentially, the Report Card addresses water issues and population changes with the sections: "Wild and Scenic Rivers" and "Repopulating the Rockies." Edited by Walter E. Hecox (CC professor of economics), Elizabeth L. Kolbe (CC class of 2008), and Matthew K. Reuer.

  • Thumbnail for 2013 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card
    2013 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card

    The 2013 State of the Rockies Report Card is entitled "Water Friendly Futures for the Colorado River Basin." The 2012-13 Rockies Project focus, for a second year, is the Colorado River Basin. The Colorado River Basin, covering a major portion of the eight-state Rockies region and extending into Mexico, has been the unified focus for all parts to the State of the Rockies Project during summer 2011 and the 2011-12 academic year and again for summer 2012 and 2012-13.

  • Thumbnail for [2013] Executive summary : conservation in the West poll ; the 2013 survey of the attitudes of voters in six Western states
    [2013] Executive summary : conservation in the West poll ; the 2013 survey of the attitudes of voters in six Western states

    For the third year in a row, the State of the Rockies Project, in conjunction with Lori Weigel, Public Opinion Strategies and Dave Metz, Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates, has conducted the Conservation in the West Poll. For more complete 2013 Conservation in the West Poll findings and more information visit: www.stateoftherockies.com.

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  • Thumbnail for 2006 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card
    2006 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card

    The 2006 State of the Rockies Report Card continues the Rockies Project tradition of reporting key issues in this unique region of spectacular natural beauty, cultural wealth, abundant resources, and fragile environment. The Report Card includes analysis and discussion of some key issues that confront the Rockies: biodiversity, ranch economics, climate change, land conservation, and child development. Edited by Walter E. Hecox (CC professor of economics), Bryan Hurlbutt (CC class of 2004), and Caitlin O'Brady (CC class of 2005).

  • Thumbnail for 2008 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card
    2008 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card

    The 2008 Report Card, Fifth Anniversary Edition, attends to environmental amenities, and also pushes into social dimensions that seem increasingly to capture the spotlight in the eight states included in this report: the role of immigrants, the challenge of affordable housing, the need to restore degraded landscapes, the continuing controversies over wildland protection, and the prospect of creating a long-term regional renewable energy boom. Edited by David Havlick; Project Supervisor, Walter E. Hecox (CC professor of economics); Editor, Layout, Christopher B. Jackson (CC class of 2006); Contibutor, Matthew K. Reuer.

  • Thumbnail for 2011 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card
    2011 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card

    The 2011 State of the Rockies Report Card is focused on the Eastern Plains, Infrastructure and Recreation. These separate but interrelated topics are all important aspects to the Rockies region.

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  • Thumbnail for D07 Liberty Cap, Yellowstone Park
  • Thumbnail for D14 Geyser, Yellowstone Park
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    C03 by Hook, William E.

    Slide C03

  • Thumbnail for 2013 Summer field work : Colorado College State of the Rockies Project
    2013 Summer field work : Colorado College State of the Rockies Project

    For the summer of 2013, with the focus was on large landscape conservation, the team set sights northward. With stops like Yellowstone, Bozeman, Missoula, and the Flathead River Valley, this year’s field work involved meetings with conservation experts, and individuals tied to the past, present, and future of land use and conservation here in the Rocky Mountain West. In addition to the 3,400 mile journey from Colorado Springs to the Canadian Border, the team also conducted field research in Colorado’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains, and the Front Range of Colorado.

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  • Thumbnail for D02 Beehive Geyser, Yellowstone Park
  • Thumbnail for 2004 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card
    2004 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card

    The 2004 State of the Rockies Report Card launched an effort to provide a comprehensive and accessible annual statement on what is happening in the eight Rocky Mountain states. The contents include essays on the “state” of the region by experts; a “Rockies at a Glance” section to put the region in perspective; an overview essay on the economics and demographics of the eight-state Rockies region; 15 indicator sections that rank counties based on cultural, demographic, economic, and environmental characteristics, including thumbnail sketches of innovative communities; and an essay that highlights the distinct differences for three sub-regions within the Rockies: the Continental Divide Spine, the Eastern Plains Agricultural Heritage Zone, and the West and Southern Mountain Amenity Zone. Edited by Walter E. Hecox (CC professor of economics) and F. Patrick Holmes III (CC class of 2003).

  • Thumbnail for 2012 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card
    2012 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card

    The 2012 State of the Rockies Report Card entitled "The Colorado River Basin: Agenda for Use, Restoration, and Sustainability for the Next Generation," includes a summary of the Rockies Project Source to Sea trip, an investigation into the Colorado River's many diversions and uses, and an assessment of the "Law of the River," among many other topics.

  • Thumbnail for 2007 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card
    2007 Colorado College State of the Rockies report card

    For the 2007 Report Card new challenges include forest health and the importance of fire mitigation and disease in this region, energy development impacts on Rockies' communities and infrastructure, water use in the Rockies and the growing need for agriculture to urban water transfers, and trends in new communities, including "new urbanism". Edited by Walter E. Hecox (CC professor of economics), Matthew K. Reuer, and Christopher B. Jackson (CC class of 2006).

  • Thumbnail for [2012] Executive summary : conservation in the West poll ; the 2012 survey of the attitudes of voters in six Western states
    [2012] Executive summary : conservation in the West poll ; the 2012 survey of the attitudes of voters in six Western states

    For the second year in a row, the State of the Rockies Project, in conjunction with Lori Weigel, Public Opinion Strategies and Dave Metz, Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates, conducted the Conservation in the West Poll. The poll's release on January 30, 2012 once again demonstrated that voters in Western states view parks and public lands as essential to their state’s economy, and support upholding and strengthening protections for clean air, clean water, natural areas and wildlife.

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    2010 Summer field work : Colorado College State of the Rockies Project

    The 2010/2011 project team headed north to Wyoming and Montana to visit important sites and talk to experts related to the three research themes. After eight days, over 2400 miles and numerous conversations and meetings the State of the Rockies Project Team of six students, one staff and one faculty returned to Colorado Springs to spend the remainder of the summer researching and reporting on their findings.

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    Colorado and Wyoming Women’s Relief Corps

    Historic documentation of life at the turn of the 19th century created by residents of Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1901 for the citizens of 2001. Under the direction of Louis R. Ehrich, a prominent 19th century businessman, the items were sealed in a chest which was stored in various buildings on the Colorado College campus until the official opening January 1, 2001 at the Charles Leaming Tutt Library. Contents of Ms349, Fd 77, Colorado and Wyoming Women’s Relief Corps include: 1 printed journal titled “Journal of the Sixteenth Annual Convention of the Department of Colorado and Wyoming Woman’s Relief Corps,” dated March 21-23, 1900 “Journal of the WRC Auxiliary to the GAR for History.”

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  • Thumbnail for C02 Geyser and Lake, Yellowstone Park
  • Thumbnail for D12 Pug Pools, Yellowstone Park
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    D04 by Hook, William E.

    Slide D04