Public Lands Partnership
Who We Are:
As one of the longest operating natural resource collaborative in Colorado, the Public Lands Partnership (PLP) came together in 1993 as a loose organization of citizens, businesses, local governments, and land management agencies. Then, as now, this diverse group strives to encourage civic discussion and action on local natural resource issues that affect the health of our Public Lands, the sustainability of our economies, and our sense of place. Over the years PLP has carefully identified public land projects that would benefit from collaborative efforts that enhance and help maintain diverse, healthy communities.
Goals and Objectives of the PLP:
- To Influence the management of public lands in ways that help maintain or enhance diverse ecosystems, healthy economies, and viable communities.
- To demonstrate different ecologically and economically sustainable approaches that contribute to the health and bio-diversity of public lands in the area.
- To better define and strengthen opportunities for local involvement in public lands issues and planning processes.
One of the first of its kind in the West, the Public Lands Partnership (PLP) came together in 1993 as a loose organization of people, businesses, local governments, and land management agencies. Then, as now, this diverse group strives to create civic discussion and local action on natural resource issues that affect our economy, ecology, and sense of place. The PLP strives to be a catalyst, promoting public education and awareness of economic and environmental issues related to public lands, and to provide a local forum for airing different sides of natural resource issues.
- Delta County
- Montrose County
- Ouray County
- San Miguel County
- US Forest Service – Grand Mesa Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests
- Bureau of Land Management – Uncompahgre Field Office
- Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife