Northern San Juan • Entered by Robyn Cascade on March 29, 2021

quarterly CORE Act Jan-Mar

January 5, 2021 – March 30, 2021

Participants and Hours

Pre Planning hours
Post Admin hours
Activity Hours 21
Participants 2
Total Hours 42

Key Issue: Wilderness & Monument Designation/Protection
Activity Type: Advocacy (rallies, lobbying, meeting decision makers, letters/calls/emails)
Key Partners: TWS, WCA, WW, SJCA, SMA, WSCC, HCCA, Pew, and more!
Landscape/area: Mount Sneffels Wilderness (16485 acres)

Measurable Outcomes

Outcome 1: Advocacy actions (5 LTEs)
Outcome 2: Advocacy actions (2 news articles with Broads quoted)
Outcome 3: Advocacy actions (4 business supporters)[/if 1231]

Short Description of Activity

A plethora of weekly calls, organizing/strategizing and advocacy related to CORE Act. Soliciting new and renewed business support.


CORE Act has passed the House in 117th Congress; introduce with hearing pending in the Senate. Great earned media, paid advertisements (thanks to Mountain Pact) with over 100 elected officials, celebration with Rep Neguse via Zoom;

2/18/21 Ouray Plaindealer It’s late but there’s still time to act for the CORE Act LTE Frederick Boyle
2/10/21 Montrose Daily Press CORE Act holds promise for local businesses LTE Amanda Clements
2/10/21 Montrose Daily Press Lariat Saddle Club applauds CORE Act LTE Jeanne Rice
2/11/21 Telluride Daily Planet The CORE Act gets another shot in Congress Article Sophia Stuber
2/26/21 Telluride Daily Planet Public Lands Bills Back to the House Article -front page Sophie Stuber

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