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  • Colorado National Monument Association » Contact Us
    Rim Rock Shop Become a Member Rim Rock Business Partners Plan Your Visit Local Attractions Safety Tips Contact Us Monument Calendar National Park Designation Product Submission Guidelines for Artists and Vendors Donate Donate Now to Support CNM Recent News Big hearted Dakota members CNMA announces entry deadline for 2017 Colorado National Monument calendar Happy Holidays from CNMA Time to mail your last minute holiday cards Members Holiday Discount Continues through

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  • Colorado National Monument Association » Monument Calendar
    the cover of the 2017 Calendar Or maybe the June or December page Each year we have a contest to select the images for use in the calendar Not only do we need landscape images for cover and the main pages we also need small vertical and horizontal images for grid images on the calendar pages There is no cost to submit Please follow all submission guidelines on the entry form Deadline for 2017 submission is February 17 2016 Here is the new entry form 2017 calendar EntryForm 002 1 2016 Calendars are available for purchase 12 95 at Colorado National Monument Visitor Center The Colorado National Monument Association online store rimrockshop com and the following local businesses Alida s Fruits CMU Bookstore Enstrom Candies Grande River Winery Grand Valley Books Hershberger s Amish Furniture Fruita Loki Redlands Go fer Two Rivers Winery Uniquely Yours Walgreen s Fruita Grand Valley Magazine retail store Stay In Touch Search About CNMA Meet the Board Meet our Staff Rim Rock Shop Become a Member Rim Rock Business Partners Plan Your Visit Local Attractions Safety Tips Contact Us Monument Calendar National Park Designation Product Submission Guidelines for Artists and Vendors Donate Donate Now to

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  • Colorado National Monument Association » National Park Designation
    s Magazine in July 1911 about the establishment of Colorado National Monument According to Collier s we were originally called the Monolithic National Monument Park This file is large and will take a while to download but it is worth the wait Other Questions and Answers will be posted here as we receive them Questions are answered either by park staff or by the best authority we can determine You may email us questions at info coloradonma org Our purpose is to provide an educational format Question Regarding a Buffer Zone If the Monument becomes a national park will there be a buffer zone around the Monument Answer There currently is no buffer around the perimeter of CNM Due to the current contiguous land ownership between BLM and private lands there is no available land to alter existing NPS boundaries if the Monument were to become a park Question Regarding the Size of the Colorado National Monument Isn t the Colorado National Monument too small to become a national park Answer Colorado National Monument s boundaries comprise 20 534 acres Compare this to Hot Spring National Park in Arkansas with 5 549 acres or Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio with 18 440 acres Pinnacles National Monument 80 miles outside the San Francisco Bay Area with 26 606 acres was re designated a national park in January this year It s not the size it s quality and significance Question Regarding the Entrances to the Monument I am concerned about the entrances to the Colorado National Monument becoming over commercialized if it becomes a National Park is there anything that can be done to keep this from happening Answer Although the land outside the Colorado National Monument boundaries is private there are zoning regulations that can protect parcels your city council or county commissioners should be contacted regarding your concerns In addition the Colorado National Monument is working with the Mesa Land Trust in a community dialogue to determine the feasibility of a project to preserve open space protect viewsheds and provide safe recreational opportunities along the Monument Road Corridor Visit www MonumentRoadVision com for more information on public meetings and to participate in a survey Question Regarding Fees I have heard that if the Monument becomes a national park we would keep less money from our fees because if visitation goes over 500 000 in collected fees we would keep less of that revenue Is this true Answer Parks and monuments that collect less than 500 000 annually in fee revenue get to keep 100 of that revenue for use in projects Parks and monuments that collect over 500 000 keep 80 of the revenue and the other 20 goes to parks that don t collect fees Colorado National Monument already collects over 500 000 per year which means we are on track to become an 80 park in the near future From a purely financial perspective the increase in potential income from National Park status would help to

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  • Colorado National Monument Association » Product Submission Guidelines for Artists and Vendors
    and provide good value for money Products must be priced so that they entice our visitors and do not languish on the shelves Submitting a Product All products sold in our store go through a review process and must be approved by the superintendent and interpretive staff of Colorado National Monument Products are reviewed twice a year in March and in June All submissions should be received in advance of these months If you have any questions about your product or the submission process please contact Denise at dhight coloradonma org or 970 858 3617 ext 308 Please send your product along with ordering information including wholesale costs and quantity discounts to Denise Hight Colorado National Monument Association 1750 Rim Rock Drive Fruita CO 81521 Whether or not they are accepted as a sales item all samples become the property of CNMA and will not be returned Scope of Sales Themes Theme A Colorado National Monument s dramatic landforms and spectacular vistas are but the latest manifestation of our earth s continuous recycling process of mountain building erosion and deposition within a greater geologic story of continent building and the evolution of unique and regional landforms Theme B The evidence of human use within the imposing and dramatic landscapes of Colorado National Monument is a powerful reminder of how geologic features and forces have challenged and continue to challenge the human drive to occupy survive and thrive in seemingly inhospitable landscapes Theme C The spectacular landforms and sublime natural beauty of Colorado National Monument provide opportunities for solitude exploration inspiration and renewal that can fulfill the human need for self discovery through connection to the land Theme D Established during the Progressive Era in American history Colorado National Monument is emblematic of our nation s first conservation movement during which

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  • Colorado National Monument Association » Privacy Policy + Contact Information
    Meet the Board Meet our Staff Rim Rock Shop Become a Member Rim Rock Business Partners Plan Your Visit Local Attractions Safety Tips Contact Us Monument Calendar National Park Designation Product Submission Guidelines for Artists and Vendors Donate Donate Now to Support CNM Recent News Big hearted Dakota members CNMA announces entry deadline for 2017 Colorado National Monument calendar Happy Holidays from CNMA Time to mail your last minute holiday

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  • Colorado National Monument Association» Blog Archive » Holiday Open House Saturday afternoon, December 5, 2015!
    Plan Your Visit Local Attractions Safety Tips Contact Us Monument Calendar National Park Designation Product Submission Guidelines for Artists and Vendors Donate Donate Now to Support CNM Recent News Big hearted Dakota members CNMA announces entry deadline for 2017 Colorado National Monument calendar Happy Holidays from CNMA Time to mail your last minute holiday cards Members Holiday Discount Continues through December Weather Grand Junction Regional Airport CO Last Updated on

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  • Colorado National Monument Association» Blog Archive » Time for a Hike?
    anytime may be a great time for a hike along the trails at Colorado National Monument October and much of November yield comfortably temperate days for exploring the 46 miles of maintained trails offered within the more than 20 000 acres of the monument s boundaries So get out there and hike Find your park and your favorite activity within the park And while you are enjoying Colorado National Monument why not stop in at the visitor center bookstore and see what s new This week we received a shipment of Banas What s a bana Also known as a buff a bana is the most versatile bandana in your hiking gear Let us show you at the bookstore or see it online at rimrockshop com Colorado flag buff bana printed with Colorado National Monument Share and Enjoy Comments are closed Stay In Touch Search About CNMA Meet the Board Meet our Staff Rim Rock Shop Become a Member Rim Rock Business Partners Plan Your Visit Local Attractions Safety Tips Contact Us Monument Calendar National Park Designation Product Submission Guidelines for Artists and Vendors Donate Donate Now to Support CNM Recent News Big hearted Dakota members CNMA announces entry deadline

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  • Colorado National Monument Association» Blog Archive » Bat Week Comes to Colorado National Monument
    station Ranger Morgan talking archeology Ranger Johanna instructs CNMA staff Cherry in the proper throwing of an atlatl Share and Enjoy Comments are closed Stay In Touch Search About CNMA Meet the Board Meet our Staff Rim Rock Shop Become a Member Rim Rock Business Partners Plan Your Visit Local Attractions Safety Tips Contact Us Monument Calendar National Park Designation Product Submission Guidelines for Artists and Vendors Donate Donate Now

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