Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project - SREP

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    Founded in 1992, the Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project (SREP) is a nonprofit conservation science organization working to protect, restore and connect ecosystems in the Southern Rockies of Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico. SREP utilizes conservation science principles and geographic information system (GIS) mapping technology to identify and protect wildlands critical to the preservation of native biodiversity in the Southern Rockies. SREP accomplishes its mission in three main program areas: 1) Restoring Landscape Connections - protecting and restoring connectivity for native species and their habitats; 2) Public Lands Protection and Community Planning – applying scientific research and data to assist community and public lands planning efforts and permanently protect wild places; 3) Conservation Mapping – providing GIS mapping services to local and regional conservation organizations to support their conservation efforts.

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    Denver, CO 80202

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