Ute Indian Tribe says it was not adequately consulted ahead of creation of a Camp Hale national monument near Leadville
Skiers, resort operators, mountain bikers and motorized users hope national monument status for historical landscape at Camp Hale continues to support outdoor recreation.
The newly created Camp Hale-Continental Divide National Monument helped spark the ski industry and was used as a high-elevation military training site.
Biden traveled to Camp Hale and was joined by veterans of the 10th Mountain Division as well as members of the Ute Tribe during the proclamation signing
National Monuments have been political footballs since the Antiquities Act came to be in 1906. But so far court cases haven’t changed the president’s authority to shrink or grow them.
In the latest Marist poll, Bennet is leading Joe O’Dea by 7 points. But in the same poll, Biden’s approval ratings in Colorado are stuck at 40%.
Camp Hale, near Leadville, is where 10th Mountain Division soldiers trained before heading to battle in World War II. It was meant to be protected under the long-stalled CORE Act.
It’s more than history. For veterans, it’s a place of solace and rejuvenation
CAMP HALE —Supporters of the Colorado Outdoor Recreation Economy Act, after watching the bill fail to advance past the U.S. Senate for several years, are asking President Joe Biden to take executive action to protect the tens of thousands of acres of federal land in Colorado the measure aims to shield. And they appear to […]
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