Please help us honor and celebrate Colorado's rivers with a Protect Our Rivers plate!
Colorado Trout Unlimited, a non-profit conservation organization, is renewing its effort to create the Protect Our Rivers license plate for the 2013 legislative session!
The plate will be available to all CO residents through a tax-deductible contribution of $25 to Colorado Trout Unlimited and 100% of the funds will be used locally to protect, conserve and restore Colorado rivers. For more information, please visit the Colorado TU website.
Signing this petition indicates your interest in obtaining the Protect Our Rivers license plate. It does not obligate you to purchase the plate.
Senators Andy Kerr (D) and Randy Baumgardner (R) are the co-sponsors in the Senate. Representatives Millie Hamner (D) and Jared Wright (R) are the co-sponsors in the House. Representative Mike McLachlin (D) has also signed on. We will keep you apprised of the bill's progress and availability of the license plate via email. Thank you for supporting Colorado's rivers!
Vice President, Colorado Trout Unlimited
P.S. - After you click the "Sign!" button, you will be presented by a donation page from iPetitions, the service that is hosting our petition. Please be aware this is optional and completely unrelated to Colorado TU. Should you elect to make the donation, 100% of your money goes to iPetitions.
The Protect Our Rivers license plate is a Colorado Trout Unlimited-sponsored initiative being led by Rick Matsumoto, the current Vice President of Colorado TU. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact him using the link below.
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