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  • Colorado National Monument Association» Blog Archive » Reading the fine print on a Chico bag
    from ChicoBags Before you lace on your hiking shoes and take off into the great outdoors take a moment to read the fine print on your new accessory Since 2004 the ChicoBag Company has been helping humanity REDUCE and REUSE with our unforgettable line of reusable bags We designed our Bottle Sling to help make your reusable bottle unforgettable too The black trimmed gray and lime Chico bottle sling accommodates 12 oz to 40 oz bottles made of durable recycled PET strap pockets for pen or chopsticks and lip balm pouch for phone ID and essentials stuffs into pouch when not in use washable in cold water no fabric softener hang to dry Chico is a vender who cares Says the hangtag on our popular rePETe Travel Pack Our mission is to inspire humanity to adopt a healthy reusable bag habit by making it easy for people to say no to single use bags not just sometimes but every time We care about offering effective solutions to better your life and our world 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

    Original URL path: http://www.coloradonma.org/reading-the-fine-print-on-a-chico-bag/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Colorado National Monument Association» Blog Archive » Introducing Meet the Vendor
    Snap On In the early 1990s Pat Phillips was a stay at home mom in California with two young children She had a background in apparel design and she wanted to find something she could do with her skills while working from home She came up with the idea of making a children s t shirt with attached snap on toys She created a prototype and sent it off to a local store hoping for an order of a few dozen to a few hundred t shirts To her shock delight and dismay the store came back with an order for 3000 shirts and Wildthings Snap On was born Pat and her husband set up an assembly line in their dining room and rented a storage unit to store the finished products Initially fearful that the level of orders would drop off they worked out of their house for a while but eventually Pat ended up with a warehouse Now nearly 25 years later Pat has several employees and a sales force Her sales representatives attend most of the trade shows but Pat always attends the annual APPL Association for Partners in Public Lands trade show because she believes so strongly in the mission of the national parks Pat found her niche in creating children s t shirts with snap on toys and you can purchase her dinosaur and her butterfly shirts at the Colorado National Monument Visitor Center or online at rimrockshop com At the visitor center they are displayed right next to the cash register and they are especially popular with grandparents looking for gifts for their beloved grandchildren Dino Snap on T shirt Share and Enjoy Comments are closed Stay In Touch Search About CNMA Meet the Board Meet our Staff Rim Rock Shop Become a Member

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  • Colorado National Monument Association» Blog Archive » Hello from Atlanta
    Service Colorado National Monument Did you know there are over 400 units of the National Park Service Did you know there are more than 80 associations who come alongside and partner with the educational programs and research at National Park sites raising funds through retail sales and memberships Together we help visitors make a memory of a lifetime Through our retail bookstores we encourage those visitors to take home a tangible object of their experience Take a mug not a rock a book not a plant a wildlife photo not a trophy Buy a T shirt to announce proudly where you have been and to support your National Parks So here we are in Atlanta finding out what is new and innovative Last year we came back having designed our custom Advice From a Monolith bookmark and magnet to complement the popular Advice From Nature series What will it be this year We can hardly wait to see 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

    Original URL path: http://www.coloradonma.org/hello-from-atlanta/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Colorado National Monument Association
    and photography of Colorado National Monument Colorado National Monument Association Executive Director Marilee Langfitt was on hand with the 2015 Colorado National Monument Association Calendar which features Read full article Comments Off 2015 Calendars make the perfect gift Posted by admincnma November 23rd 2014 Give the perfect gift Ship the perfect gift Support the educational programs and research at Colorado National Monument through your purchases from Colorado National Monument Association at the visitor center bookstore or online at rimrockshop com You may also purchase 2015 Colorado National Monument calendars at several local businesses Alida s Fruits CMU Bookstore Enstrom Candies Read full article Comments Off Fall is a great season for desert bighorn Posted by admincnma November 3rd 2014 It has been a wonderful season for Desert Bighorn Sheep sightings here at Colorado National Monument Mixed herds and groups of half grown lambs graze calmly in the environs of Fruita Canyon preferring Balanced Rock and Dead Man s Curve for choice vegetation Seldom seen are the bachelor bands that gather through the winter and frequent No Read full article Comments Off Goodbye to seasonal staff Hello to 2015 Calendar Posted by admincnma October 10th 2014 It s October The changing colors of the leaves on the cottonwood trees in No Thoroughfare Canyon and the golden stems of rabbit brush remind us the busy summer season is waning Although tour buses of international visitors or U S citizens and school buses transporting area students daily continue to wend their way to the visitor Read full article Comments Off Older Entries Newer Entries 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

    Original URL path: http://www.coloradonma.org/page/5/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Colorado National Monument Association» Blog Archive » 2016 Calendar deadline and entry guidelines announced!
    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 cards Members Holiday

    Original URL path: http://www.coloradonma.org/2016-calendar-deadline-and-entry-guidelines-announced/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Colorado National Monument Association» Blog Archive » Larry Bennett Hosts Colorado National Monument Calendar Photographers at First Friday Event
    at First Friday Grand Jct December 5 2014 Area photographers with photos featured as full page covers in the 2015 Colorado National Monument Calendar are Troy Behrens of Time Flies Photography Rick Ahern Jeff Stoddart Randy Langstraat Dawn Morrow Greg Owens Carl Koizumi Larry Bennett Beverly Kingsley Gerald Ives Sprinkling the grids are photos by Nancy Carter Angela K Classen Sharon Gisner Jim Cook Paul Meyer Jerry Cunningham Dianna L Jensen Richard Janson Donna Fullerton Raymond Smith Debbie Fisher Rick Schafer Greg Gnesios Cindy Parrish Jerry Cunningham and Walt Fire Get your 2015 Colorado National Monument Calendar at the CNMA Bookstore in the visitor center or online at rimrockshop com the second link in the sidebar to your left Shopping Downtown Grand Junction or Downtown Fruita Read our previous post for a list of local businesses selling the 2015 Colorado National Monument Association calendar 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

    Original URL path: http://www.coloradonma.org/larry-bennett-hosts-colorado-national-monument-calendar-photographers-at-first-friday-event/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Colorado National Monument Association» Blog Archive » 2015 Calendars make the perfect gift
    Books Redlands Go fer Two Rivers Winery Uniquely Yours UPS Store Rimrock Marketplace Walgreen s Fruita Grand Valley Magazine retail store 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

    Original URL path: http://www.coloradonma.org/2015-calendars-make-the-perfect-gift/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Colorado National Monument Association» Blog Archive » Fall is a great season for desert bighorn
    Ellen Meloy s most excellent book Eating Stone From Meloy s observation here are some interesting tidbits about our specific variety of sheep Cultural place faithful to a fault Scientific It takes180 days to gestate a lamb Physical appearance While most desert bighorns are tan to light gray I have seen a few young bighorns darken to brown as they matured Gastronomic can break open and eat a spiky bodied barrel cactus Prey mountain lions are exquisitely designed to kill ungulate prey quite successfully bighorn sheep elude mountain lions due to their acute vision and the pooled vigilance of a large herd Want to know more Contemporary naturalist and natural history writer Ellen Meloy weaves her daily life and philosophy into the narrative as she chronicles following and observing desert bighorn for a year You can pick up a copy of Eating Stone at the CNMA bookstore at Colorado National Monument or order online rimrockshop com Eating Stone by Ellen Meloy 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

    Original URL path: http://www.coloradonma.org/fall-is-a-great-season-for-desert-bighorn/ (2016-02-10)
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