Habitat Partnership Program helps wildlife avoid conflict

Wildlife conflicts have long caused friction between Colorado Parks and Wildlife and private landowners. The Habitat Partnership Program offers landowners some relief through grants and other programs.



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Wildlife conflicts have long caused friction between Colorado Parks and Wildlife and private landowners. The Habitat Partnership Program offers landowners some relief through grants and other programs.

As part of its continuing effort to reduce conflicts between wildlife and agricultural producers, the Uncompahgre Habitat Partnership Committee is currently accepting applications for projects…




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