Multiple organizations and institutions are involved in the progress and operations of this project.  Below are the myriad affiliates that we worked with regularly to conduct exceptional research

 

The National Wildlife Research Centers is a federally operated organization focused on cutting edge research at the interface of wildlife and anthropogenic issues. NWRC is the primary and foremost institution by which the Denver Coyote Project operates, as Dr. Breck - a prominent NWRC research scientist - and colleagues began the project in 2008. For more information, please visit http://1.usa.gov/1OnQraQ to learn more about this USDA-APHIS associated institution.

 

The Colorado State University System exists to support, enhance, and protect the unique missions of its constituent institutions and to encourage collaboration that benefits students and Colorado. In that spirit it’s one of the collaborators and affiliates with the Denver Coyote Project. For more information, please visit http://www.colostate.edu to learn more about Colorado State University.

 

The mission of Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is to perpetuate the wildlife resources of the state, to provide a quality state parks system, and to provide enjoyable and sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities that educate and inspire current and future generations to serve as active stewards of Colorado's natural resources. They assist the Denver Coyote Project by providing: permitting, specimen donations from “roadkill”, wildlife expertise, and financial contributions. For more information, please visit http://cpw.state.co.us to learn more about CPW.

 

Working in partnership with the community, the City and County of Broomfield provides excellent services in an efficient, respectful and courteous manner to enhance and protect the environment and quality of life of Broomfield citizens. They assist the Denver Coyote Project by providing: permitting, volunteers, wildlife expertise, and financial contributions. For more information, please visit http://www.broomfield.org/index.aspx?NID=804 to learn more about the City and County of Broomfield.

 

The city of Lakewood provides opportunities for people of all ages to enjoy the outdoors in the Lakewood area; from neighborhood playgrounds, places to hold picnics, or retreating to nature, adventure awaits. They assist the Denver Coyote Project by providing: permitting, volunteers, wildlife expertise, and financial contributions. For more information, please visit http://www.lakewood.org to learn more about the city of Lakewood.

 

Jefferson County (Jeffco) Open Space is committed to responsible management of its resources, to providing a quality experience for visitors in their parks, to exchanging information, and fostering collaboration to provide the best possible park experience for those that visit. They assist the Denver Coyote Projec1t by providing: permitting, volunteers, wildlife expertise, and financial contributions. For more information, please visit http://jeffco.us/open-space/parks/ to learn more about Jeffco Open Space.

 

Denver Parks and Recreation provides a wide array of services for the cities parks covering more than 18,000 acres of urban and mountain parks, golf courses, lakes and trails. They are committed to providing quality recreational activities and areas, public involvement, and educational experiences for the public. They assist the Denver Coyote Project by providing: permitting and wildlife expertise. For more information, please visit https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/denver-parks-and-recreation.html to learn more about Denver Parks and Recreation services.

 

The Denver Museum of Nature and Science looks to be a catalyst! Igniting the community’s passion for nature and science and empowering it to love, understand, and protect our natural world. It provides collaboration and valuable museum specimens assisting the Denver Coyote Project. For more information, please visit visit http://www.dmns.org to learn more about the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.