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Rocky Mountain Office

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More national parks and monuments are concentrated in the Rocky Mountains and the Desert Southwest than in any other part of the country. The Rocky Mountain office challenges oil and gas development and off-road vehicle use in the region's most prized public lands, and protects precious water resources from being overdrawn.

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More national parks and monuments are concentrated in the Rocky Mountains and the Desert Southwest than in any other part of the United States, offering views of sweeping canyons, arches, and other wondrous geological features.

The Rocky Mountain regional office challenges oil and gas development and off-road vehicle use in the region's most prized public lands, and we are protecting the region's precious water resources from being overdrawn.


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Contact Rocky Mountain Office

633 17th St., Ste. 1600
Denver, CO  80202
(303) 623-9466
rmoffice@earthjustice.org

Staff

Heidi McIntosh Managing Attorney

Karla Bizup Desktop Support Technician II

Robin Cooley Staff Attorney

Ava Farouche Litigation Assistant / Research Associate

Alison Flint Associate Attorney

Michael Freeman Staff Attorney

Eleanor Greer Litigation Assistant

Michael Hiatt Staff Attorney

Nan Houser Office Manager

Ben Nelson Fellow

Jessica Townsend Associate Attorney

Ted Zukoski Staff Attorney

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Regional Office: Spotlight Features

Protecting the Grand Canyon Against Uranium Mining

More than 4 million visitors each year seek out the sunset-colored vistas of the Grand Canyon National Park. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar protected one million acres of land around the Grand Canyon by putting a halt to uranium mining. Earthjustice is defending the decision in court.

Coal Mine To Emit Worst Greenhouse Gas

On Colorado’s western slope near the small town of Paonia, two of the world’s worst sources of global warming emissions are locked deep below roadless forest lands next to the West Elk Wilderness.

A Victory for Utah’s Red Rock Country

Signaling the end of an era in which off-road vehicles like ATVs and jeeps were allowed to run roughshod over public lands, a federal judge in Utah has struck down a Bureau of Land Management ORV plan for 2.1-million acres of central Utah.