Hot Topics series (University of Colorado, Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center)
Includes biographical information for John M. Evans, Reeves Brown, and Mark A. E. Burget.
State Land Board Commissioner Maxine Stewart was also a speaker for this program, but did not submit any written materials.
A trust for whom? managing Colorado's 3 million acres of state land : a critique of the constitutional amendment / prepared by John Evans -- A cattlemen's [sic] perspective of state land management / presented by Reeves Brown -- Remarks outline / Mark A. E. Burget
Program was presented on Monday, February 5, 1996 at the offices of Holland & Hart in Denver, Colo.
Historically, state trust lands have been managed for public schools revenue. Now there is pressure to protect some state lands as open space. Should trust lands be managed for broader public values? Is this consistent with existing legal mandates? Speakers: State Land Board Commissioner Maxine Stewart; John Evans, Colorado Board of Education; Reeves Brown, Colorado Cattlemen's Association; The Nature Conservancy's Colorado State Director Mark Burget. Special focus on the recently implemented Multiple Use Program and also on how The Nature Conservancy is working with the State Land Board to preserve resources. Center Director Elizabeth Rieke will moderate.
Evans, John M.; Brown, Reeves; Burget, Mark A. E.; and University of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center, "A Trust for Whom?: Managing Colorado's 3 Million Acres of State Land" (1996). A Trust for Whom?: Managing Colorado's 3 Million Acres of State Land: A Critique of the Constitutional Amendment (February 5).
Managing Colorado's 3 Million Acres of State Land
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