Our Lands Rigged

Tens of thousands of acres of Colorado’s federal public lands are turned into private profit each year. Under the current administration, oil and gas companies have tried to lease more than 450,000 acres of our state’s federal public lands, an area nearly double the size of Rocky Mountain National Park.

Politics Rigged

In Colorado and on the federal level, the oil and gas industry spends millions to influence the public and legislators. In 2018 it spent $125 million on lobbying members of Congress, $82 million on federal and state elections, and at least $40 million on Colorado ballot measures.

80,000 acres in Colorado are under threat RIGHT NOW.

Contact the Bureau of Land Management today.

North Fork Valley

An agricultural hub featuring organic farms and wine, artisan culture, and wildlands and clean waterways.

Sagebrush Sea

A classic Western landscape with grasslands, hunting and wildlife viewing and ranching.

Canyon Country

Colorado’s desert county features year-round outdoor activities, bustling communities, and cultural and historical landmarks.


Coloradans expect our officials to balance conservation and energy development on our federal public lands. But under the current administration, special interests get too much favor. Our federal public lands are too important to be irreversibly damaged by oil and gas development.

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“I moved to the North Fork to have clean water. That could all end tomorrow. You can’t buy clean water. Water is life.”

Alison GannettOwner of Holy Terror Farm and North Fork resident

“I don’t want to see our streams and water polluted or our valley get destroyed. Threatening our economies and ecosystems doesn’t make sense. It seems like there’s an agenda to drill at all costs.”

Daniel RomanOwner of Western Slope SUP and North Fork Resident


With the help of our partners, members, and supporters, we’ve taken a stand for our federal public lands and have protected tens of thousands of acres of our last remaining wild places. And together, we’ll continue to do so.