Colorado Capitol Watch


Welcome Visitor

Forgot password?
Subscribe for Current Session

My CCW Tools

Look Up Bills

Look Up Legislators

Legislative Year: 2022 Change

Bill Detail: SB22-158

Return to list of bills

emailSend an email to your legislator

Title Species Conservation Trust Fund Projects
Status Governor Signed (06/01/2022)
Bill Subjects
  • Natural Resources & Environment
House Sponsors P. Will (R)
K. McCormick (D)
Senate Sponsors K. Donovan (D)
House Committee Agriculture, Livestock, and Water
Senate Committee Agriculture and Natural Resources
Date Introduced 03/17/2022

The bill appropriates $6 million from the species conservation trust
fund for programs submitted by the executive director of the department
of natural resources that are designed to conserve native species that state
or federal law list as threatened or endangered or that are candidate
species or are likely to become candidate species as determined by the

United States fish and wildlife service, allocated as follows:
  • $770,000 for native terrestrial wildlife conservation;
  • $2,230,000 for native aquatic wildlife conservation;
  • $1,900,000 for a Platte river recovery implementation
  • $800,000 for an upper Colorado river endangered fish
recovery program and San Juan river basin recovery
implementation program;
  • $250,000 for a 15-mile reach of Ruedi reservoir releases;
  • $50,000 for selenium management, research, monitoring,
evaluation, and control.

Committee Reports
with Amendments
Full Text
Full Text of Bill (pdf) (most recent)
Fiscal Notes Fiscal Notes (03/21/2022) (most recent)  
Additional Bill Documents Bill Documents
  • Past bill versions
  • Past fiscal notes
  • Committee activity and documents
  • Bill History
Lobbyists Lobbyists
Audio [This feature is available by subscription.]  
Votes House and Senate Votes
Vote Totals Vote Totals by Party
border   border
Copyright © 2008-2022 State Capitol Watch