New legislation seeks to protect state public lands
Credit: JOEL L. EVANS, Daily Sentinel
Plains, mountains, canyons.
Forests, grasslands, rivers, lakes.
Colorado has so much to offer. And much of it lies within public lands.
To build a strong and diverse economy, any city, state or country seeks to take advantage of their natural geography and topography. Colorado has a vast variety of both for its citizens to promote economically and to personally enjoy.
Colorado's outdoor driven segment of the state economy has expanded greatly in recent decades. It is estimated that the outdoor industry in Colorado is $62 billion.
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