Fighting for Colorado's outdoor heritage· Daily Camera
As a Colorado native and outdoors enthusiast, our nation's beautiful parks and wildlife refuges have always held special meaning for me.
Vets group slams bill that would end LWCF· Vet Voice Foundation
The non-partisan Vet Voice Foundation is today speaking out against legislation introduced by Congressman Rob Bishop that would effectively end the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF).
The Iran Deal Opponents Are Going to Fight to the Bitter End· The Nation
"It is insulting that we have politicians who are playing games with the lives of our troops.” Reppenhagen, who served in an Army infantry division in Iraq in 2004–05.
Release: Vets Praise Murkowski and Cantwell for inclusion of Land and Water Conservation Fund reauthorization· Press Release
“Reauthorizing the LWCF is absolutely critical to protecting the lands we love,” said Garett Reppenhagen, Western States Director for the Vet Voice Foundation, and an Iraq War Veteran.
Vet Voice Foundation statement on historic deal between P5+1 and Iran· Vet Voice Foundation
Vet Voice Foundation’s long campaign to support a deal with Iran on limiting their nuclear weapons research came to a successful close with a critical Senate vote, after thirty of our veteran, retired generals and Gold Star Mothers...
In massive expansion of lands legacy, Obama creates three new national monuments· Washington Post
In a massive expansion of his lands legacy, Obama created three new national monuments Friday in Nevada, California and Texas.
Vet Voice Foundation Praises President Obama's Protection of Basin and Range National Monument· Press Release
“Permanent protection of our public lands like Basin and Range is a service to local veterans and all Americans,” said Pamela Alfred, a member of the Vet Voice Foundation and resident of Spring Creek, Nevada.
Finding my way back to me· High Country News
I lived on Padre Island, Texas, during my formative years. I knew the names of all the plants, animals -- vertebrates and non -- the weather and best fishing and surfing spots. I surfed, ate and lived from the sea.
Antiquities Act preserves Reach and other important places· Tri City Herald
One hundred and nine years ago this month, on June 8, 1906, President Theodore Roosevelt signed the Antiquities Act into law
Standing Up for Our Heritage on Flag Day· Huffington Post
When I served with the U.S. Army, I wore a flag on my arm every day -- but I didn't need that reminder to know I was serving for freedom, honor, independence, responsibility, and opportunity.