CNAP Annual Report
The Colorado Natural Areas Program (CNAP) was created from a growing awareness and deep appreciation of Colorado’s iconic landscapes, impressive biodiversity, and unique geological and paleontological resources. CNAP was established to recognize and monitor the state’s finest examples of these natural elements. By building strong partnerships with private and public landowners through voluntary agreements, CNAP is integral to the protection and enhancement of rare species and significant natural features. This is document is the 2015-2017 annual report to Governor Hickenlooper and the rest of the capital employees. It communicates the importance of CNAP, their volunteers and their mission. It is used internally as a tool to fund and promote CNAP.