By Roger Dey

Richards, CDT advocates discuss impact of public lands, trail with lawmakers


Last updated 12/4/2019 at 1:31pm

Photos courtesy Laurie Richards

Laurie Richards (second from right), poses in front of the capitol building with Teresa Martinez, executive director of the CDT Coalition, Kevin and Patrick Weber of Denver and Austin Phippen of Chama, N.M.

Impeachment may be all the rage in Washington DC these days, but public land funding was the reason Laurie Richards made a trip to the nation's capitol last week.

Richards, owner of the Wheel Inn and president of the Lincoln Valley Chamber of Commerce, flew to Washington Monday, Nov. 11 at the invitation of the Continental Divide Trail Coalition to talk to lawmakers about the impact the CDT and...

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