Public Lands Committee

2/28: Comments For Downsized Bears Ears & Revised Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monuments By 3/19

# 1:  BLM Seeking Public Input in Developing Management Plans for Downsized Bears Ears National Monument Units
Name of Issue:  Input on downsized Bears Ears National Monument Plan


National Security Committee

12/9: Demand Congress Oppose a Mueller Firing

Our government is nearing a constitutional crisis in which the President may willfully choose to violate the constitution. With his lawyer publicly suggesting that Trump is above the law, the threat that he’ll fire Mueller looms large.


Indivisible Durango

12/5: Text to ELECT Doug Jones and STOP Roy Moore

Our National Indivisible Team asked us to help with the campaign to elect Doug Jones and defeat Roy Moore. You can help Get Out the Vote in Alabama on December 9 – 12 from right here in Durango or anywhere by texting Alabama voters!!!

Civil Rights Committee

11/8: Equitable Disaster Relief Funding to Puerto Rico

Puerto Ricans are Americans. The disaster relief funding provided to them lags behind the others impacted by recent disasters both by delays in providing relief, and funding to aid in restoring their territory, especially for essentials such as power, public health water issues,

Indivisible Durango

Event: AG Candidate Phil Weiser at Durango Public Library on 8/17

The Colorado Attorney General seat is on the 2018 ballot, and our current CO AG who is running for re-election is Republican Cynthia Coffman. The State AG represents Colorado’s interests and is responsible for contesting or enforcing federal laws under the Trump administration – including immigration,

Environment & Climate Committee

5/20: Colorado Public Lands Day

Canyons of the Ancients National Monument will be waiving entrance fees all day. If you’re active on social media on Saturday, make sure to post your favorite photos of any public lands and use the hashtag: #copubliclandsday

Service Hike, Castle Rock/Elbert Creek Trail,