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Press Contacts:

Kaitlyn Sullivan, Manager and Fundraiser
Friends of the Front Range Wildlife Refuge
ksullivan@ffrwr.org
720-668-3887

Kate Kramer, Contract Manager
Friends of the Front Range Wildlife Refuge
kkramer@ffrwr.org
720-838-6360

 


Newsletter

Click here for our January/February 2022 newsletter.

 


Getting outdoors and into nature is easy at Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge – especially in the fall!

Click here to read an article from the Denver Post (requires a paid subscription).


News Release

The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that Denver’s Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge will be awarded $1 million in additional annual funding to expand their Urban Wildlife Conservation Program. With this funding, the Refuge will be able to better support local communities in the metro Denver area by offering a safe outdoor place for the community and visitors to enjoy recreation in their nearby nature. Read More


Special thanks to the South Adams County Firefighters Association for their generous 2020 donation to the Friends of the Front Range Wildlife Refuges! Such generosity during such a year!FFRWR-firestation


The Board of Directors of the Friends of the Front Range Wildlife Refuges are very excited to propose the new Lake Mary Education Center! Visits to the refuge have exploded and there is greatly-increased demand for environmental education. The board proposes to repurpose the fifty-year-old Contact Station into a full service Education Center. Please read the attached report for all the details. Click here to see the full proposal.

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CBS News

We are so proud to be highlighted on national news. Take two minutes and enjoy nature!
“CBS Sunday Morning takes us among the bison, rabbits and prairie dogs at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge in Commerce City, Colorado. Videographer: Michael Clark.”

 


 

2nd Best Place to View Wildlife

Rocky Mountain Arsenal Best RefugeThe Rocky Mountain Arsenal and Wildlife Refuge was voted the “Fourth (4th) Best Place to View Wildlife in the USA”! Read the story here

 


 

Why Wildlife Refuges Matter!

Why Wildlife Refuges MatterStories from Refuge Friends
Written by Jessica Wang, National Wildlife Refuge Association, August 7, 2020. Read more here