Colorado Land Management - Colorado Land Management
colorado land management (clm) manages precious resources for land owners, improvement districts, owner’s associations and environmental organizations. clm works to ensure that all natural resources such as : · land · water · natural habitats · wildlife. are preserved and enhanced during every project.
the blm offers recreation opportunities on public lands. visitors are invited to explore our scenic canyons, rivers, deserts and woodlands. our lands are popular destinations for touring, biking, off-highway vehicle driving, exploring ancient cultures and floating rivers.
colorado state office. the blm manages more than 8.3 million acres of public lands and more than 27 million acres of mineral estate in colorado - mostly concentrated in the western part of the state. blm lands in colorado range from alpine tundra, colorful canyons and mesas in the southwest, to rolling sage covered hills in the northwest.
Colorado Land Co. - A team of Specialists in Colorado Real
colorado land co. is the industry’s first to put together a team of specialists known and regarded for their contributions to land or water representation, real property transactions, acquisitions, minerals, sales, assemblage, 1031 exchanges and land management.
the bureau of land management (blm) has released a draft environmental assessment for public review that evaluates a lease-by-application for new elk coal company, llc’s new elk mine west of trinidad, colorado. the blm is holding a public hearing on the proposal on july 24 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the mt. carmel center, 911 robinson ave. in trinidad.