Environment & Natural Resources

From the elk hunter who packs into the San Juans to hunt, the kayaker who drops her boat into the Animas during her lunch hour, the fourth generation rancher who’s family stewardship of public and private lands and water has maintained the landscape we love today, we must come together to protect what we love. Too many in Denver don’t understand what this means, but we do, and I’ll be your Independent voice in the statehouse.

        Our region of Colorado is defined by the environment. For most of us, it is the reason we live here. Access to public lands, the water, and other resources they produce are important  to our lives.

        Protecting, managing and ensuring that those resources are there for future generations to use wisely is essential to the future of southwestern Colorado. As a Game Warden, hunter and fisherman, I have dedicated my career to being a good steward of our environment and natural resources. I’ll continue to do so when elected.

        From the elk hunter who packs into the San Juans to hunt, the kayaker who drops her boat into the Animas during her lunch hour, the fourth generation rancher whose family stewardship of public and private lands and water has maintained the landscape we love today, we must come together to protect what we love. Too many in Denver don’t understand what this means, but we do, and I’ll be your Independent voice in the statehouse.