Support the Colorado Outdoor Recreation & Economy Act
The Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act (CORE Act) is the most significant effort to protect Colorado's cherished landscapes and our outdoor recreation economy in over a generation.

By permanently protecting over 400,000 acres of public lands in Colorado, the CORE Act unites four iconic Colorado landscapes into a single bill. Protection for each landscape hosts a wide diversity of constituency support that includes local counties and municipalities, businesses, recreation and sportsmen groups, and conservationists.

The proposed protections include establishing new wilderness areas, safeguarding existing outdoor recreation opportunities, protecting ranching operations and hunting from oil and gas development, and creating our nation's first National Historic Landscape to honor Colorado's 10th Mountain Division and the birth of the US ski area and outdoor recreation industry.

The CORE Act protects four iconic Colorado landscapes, previously proposed for protection through the following bills:

1. Continental Divide Recreation, Wilderness, and Camp Hale Legacy Act
2. The San Juan Mountains Wilderness Act
3. Thompson Divide Withdrawal and Protection Act
4. Curecanti National Recreation Area Boundary Establishment Act

Thank you for your support! For additional information, please visit the CORE Act web page at

*By completing the form below, you are confirming your business's support for the CORE Act and upon receipt of this form, we will list the name of your business on the CORE Act website as a business supporter.

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