Colorado Outdoor Recreation Industry Office
A few questions for Conor Hall, the new director of Colorado’s Outdoor Recreation Industry Office
Hall takes over just as the office is beginning to handle a flood of federal grant money and as the Outdoor Retailer trade shows leave Denver
Nathan Fey leaving Colorado Outdoor Recreation Industry Office after two years
Nathan Fey, who was tapped as director of the Colorado outdoor recreation office in 2019, is leaving to direct a Colorado-based philanthropic foundation.
Sale of Osprey Packs marks yet another public-company acquisition of a Colorado-raised outdoor company
Cortez-based Osprey Packs sells to publicly traded Helen of Troy for $414 million, marking one of four recent sales of well-known Colorado outdoor brands.
Coal is fading in northwest Colorado. The region is betting its economic future on another natural resource.
As coal mining fades, a diverse coalition of Moffat County residents and leaders is planning for the next chapter with a focus on protecting resources while managing recreation and tourism.
Matriarch of Colorado outdoor volunteerism stepping down from “mothership of community stewardship”
Ann Baker Easley has served nearly 40 years growing and wrangling a network of volunteers across Colorado. She’s retiring from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado as funds flow and volunteers waitlists grow.
Outdoor recreation leaders ask Congress to loosen rules restricting Land and Water Conservation Fund dollars
The directors of 13 state recreation offices are asking the federal government to adjust requirements that states and local communities must provide matching funds to secure Land and Water Conservation Fund money