The Rocky Mountain Front is home to world class hunting and fishing, working cattle ranches and some of North America’s finest wildlife habitat. For over a decade, step by step, we have worked with local partners to save it.
The Rocky Mountain Front is simply the last of the best.
Fact – The Front can’t be improved. Instead, our work is keeping it the way it is.
Protecting the Front is a unifying call to action that attracts partners from every walk of life.
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Wilderness is a precious resource with many human, natural and economic benefits that we need to protect.
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The Handbook prescribes a sequence of steps by which mineral occurrence potential or development potential is applied to make oil and gas lease stipulation planning and allocation decisions. In essence, under the Handbook, development potential is used to predict the location and intensity of oil and gas development assuming that existing management prescriptions will remain in place. Then, alternatives to existing management are formulated in order to mitigate the impacts and resolve the conflicts that would likely arise from continuing with existing management.
The Federal Coal Program, Then and Now (CO)
The Federal Coal Program, Then and Now (DC)