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Care for Colorado Coalition

CCCSA is proud to be a Stewardship Partner with the Care for Colorado Coalition, which educates visitors and residents on how to responsibly enjoy the state’s natural and cultural resources.

Do Your Part

Follow the Care for Colorado Leave No Trace Principles

01 Know before you go
02 Stick to the trails
03 Leave it as you find it
04 Trash the trash
05 Be careful with fire
06 Keep wildlife wild
07 Share our parks & trails
Learn more about the seven principles

Principles In Practice

Your Guide to Safely Exploring Colorado's Waters

From Colorado Tourism Office

Taking a dip in Colorado’s pristine waters can be a refreshing way to spend a summer’s day. Set amid views of the Rocky Mountains and bluebird skies, our alpine waters offer endless ways to soak in the... Read More
Stewardship July 09, 2024

How to Responsibly Camp With Your Dog

From Leave No Trace

When the nights get warmer and the days are longer it’s time to go camping! And what better camping companion than furry, four legged best friend? But where are the best places to camp with your dog and how can you... Read More
Stewardship July 09, 2024

River and Stream Safety

From the National Park Service

Whether you’re floating down a lazy river, fishing, or cooling off from a long day's hike, it is important to understand water safety in and around these tempting waters.

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Stewardship June 03, 2024

Be Prepared for Flash Flooding in Colorado

From UCHealth

Flash flooding in Colorado’s mountains, especially in the vicinity of burn scars, is dangerous because the vegetation that normally absorbs water is gone. During high snowmelt or heavy rain showers, water rushes... Read More
Stewardship June 03, 2024

Raft Right this Summer

From Leave No Trace

It’s another scorching summer, and that local lazy river is looking pretty nice right now. But before you head to the creek with your floats and your friends, here are a few things to keep in mind…

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Stewardship June 03, 2024
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