The Colorado Wetland Inventory Mapping Tool displays several datasets depicting wetlands in Colorado, including general wetland mapping produced in collaboration with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Wetland Inventory program, as well as specific mapping of fen wetlands and playa wetlands. In addition, the mapper shows CNHP’s Potential Conservation Areas draw for high quality wetlands and a model of landscape-level stress to aquatic resources.
Explore Colorado’s rare plants using this interactive map. Access free, downloadable pdfs of rare plant lists for each county. Each list contains information on rare plant species’ conservation status, ESA status, and links to full overviews from the Colorado Rare Plant Guide and Symposium.
Authors: Bernadette Kuhn, Gabrielle Smith, Alyssa Meier, and Sierra Crumbaker. 2016.
The Colorado Ownership, Management and Protection (COMaP) service provides the state’s premier map of protected lands. COMaP features over 28,000 entries of protected lands parcels from over 300 different data sources, each of which contains a suite of attributes such as owner, manager, easement holder, public access, and more. Since its inception at Colorado State University, COMaP has become the go-to resource for land managers, land owners, and the conservation community.
The map shows the counties that have been inventoried by CNHP, the type of inventory, and the year it was performed.