Of course not. No career professional wants to be directly in politics, but at least one needs to beMost of the CPW bio's I've talked to are not inclined to want to be in politics.
Just to be clear too, I'm no fan of this commission, for a myriad of reasons.
Bob BroscheidOf course not. No career professional wants to be directly in politics, but at least one needs to be
Alternatively, the head of the wildlife division could be and he or she coached by the field folks.
Absent a gubernatorial change and different commissioners, what is the course of action for CO sportsmen?
Colorado sportsmen need to communicate their concerns to the Parks and Wildlife Commission, and they need to engage the NEPA process with substantive comments every time there is a proposed USFS or BLM action involving domestic sheep in bighorn sheep habitat.Terry, are the recommendations to US Forest Service by the commission published in any fashion? and who at USFS do the letters go to for having these leases terminated?
Wonder if BHA will endorse JP?https://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.n...37873744/BHA_CO-20180924-gov01.pdf?1537873744
I think it's cool that BHA is doing something like this
So they can/will/have issues statements regarding a candidates/representatives position(s) but cannot outright support a candidate if I understand correctly.BHA is a 501 (C)(3) Nonprofit and unable to endorse anyone unless they began their own Political Action Committee.
Correct. They can ask candidates for their positions as a way to educate their membership on issues germane to their mission. They cannot endorse anyone one unless the set up the proper vehicle to do so.So they can/will/have issues statements regarding a candidates/representatives position(s) but cannot outright support a candidate if I understand correctly.
I still think the commission needs to be steered in a different direction regardless of who wins the CO Governorship.