Proposition 114

Ranchers, Advocates Talk Wolves with CPW

Jul 28, 2021
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In 2020, Colorado voters approved Proposition 114, which mandates that Colorado Parks and Wildlife develop a plan to reintroduce and manage wolves on designated lands by the end of 2023. CPW has been collecting input on how the public thinks the process should unfold. KDNK’s Morgan Neely has more. 

CPW Learns from Montana's Gray Wolf Management

Jun 18, 2021
Montana Livestock Loss Board

Colorado Parks and Wildlife held its third education session about Gray Wolf reintroduction on June 16, focused on wolf-livestock damange minimization and compensation.

Wolf Reintroduction Passes by Narrow Margin

Nov 11, 2020
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Coloradans passed Proposition 114 on November 3, but by only a narrow margin. KDNK's Kathleen Shannon talks to someone on each side of the campaigning efforts about the results and their plans going forward.

Sixth grade students at Aspen Middle School research and debate Proposition 114 which would require the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission to create a plan to reintroduce and manage gray wolves on designated lands west of the continental divide by the end of 2023.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife

The Trump administration delisted gray wolves from the Endangered Species Act across most of the U.S. on October 29 but the species still holds endangered status in Colorado. Prop. 114, a statewide ballot question, asks for a gray wolf reintroduction plan by 2023. KDNK's Kathleen Shannon has more.