CNPSR Public Affairs Director Joan Anzelmo, former superintendent of the Colorado National Monument, said: "This could not come at a worse time, with Americans set to return to national parks in big numbers in the spring and summer.
What does COLM stand for?
COLM stands for Colorado National Monument (US National Park Service)
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99 Paperback Images of America F782 Kania, author of John Otto: Trials and Trails, presents this volume covering the history of Colorado National Monument and, more specifically, the career of John Otto who single handedly built trails in this region for $1 per month.
TWO RIVERS WINERY The vineyard and tasting room are beautifully located at the base of Colorado National Monument.
Located near the Colorado National Monument and the Grand Mesa National Forest, the county's mild weather enables it to benefit from substantial year-round recreational tourism.
th] year: COLORADO - Colorado National Monument - Come on out on July 4 and watch in amazement as rock climbers scale the Independence Monument and commemorate Independence Day by raising the American flag on the top of the monument, the tallest free-standing rock formation in the park.
This Jim Engh course designed around the Colorado National Monument will take your breath away.
For example, according to a 1997 analysis compiled by NPCA, the 20,000-acre Colorado National Monument employs only one permanent staff member dedicated to resource management.
March 21, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following statement was issued today by Rick Smith, a former superintendent at Carlsbad Caverns and Guadalupe Mountains National Parks and an interim superintendent at Yellowstone, on behalf of the more-than-800-member Coalition of National Park Service Retirees: "The Coalition of National Park Service Retirees strongly endorses National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis' announcement today affirming Colorado National Monument Superintendent Joan Anzelmo's decision to deny a special use permit to host a stage of the Quiznos Pro Challenge commercial bike race in Colorado National Monument.