A Public Lands Success Story!

Colorado Rocky Mountains National Monument Public Lands

The latest public lands success story: The Camp Hale-Continental Divide National Monument!

This new designation will prevent about 50,000 acres from mining and development, and protect its natural beauty.

The Camp Hale-Continental Divide National MonumentLocated in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, the area was home to tribal nations for thousands of years. In World War II, it was used to teach soldiers to snow-shoe, climb, and ski, but now bald eagles, bats, bobcats, bighorn sheep, black bears, mountain lions, and owls are just a few of the species that call it home.

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