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Originally founded as ReserveAmerica®, Aspira™ was born with a goal of simplifying access to North America’s great outdoors. After more than 30 years developing technologies and services that do just that, Aspira is now fueled by nearly 1,000 employees across 8 offices worldwide. Aspira's comprehensive suite of reservation and licensing technology and service solutions support federal, state, provincial and local government park and conservation agencies, as well as private campground owners, conveniently connecting them with outdoor adventure seekers from around the world. In 2016, their technologies were used to book and purchase outdoor recreation experiences more than 50 million times.Visit Site
ReserveAmerica.com provides convenient access to all things outdoors. A leading destination for discovering, exploring, and booking campsites, cabins, yurts, and other rental options, the site guides millions of visitors in planning their outdoor adventures each year. From family, group, and individual travel guides, to camping, hiking, fishing, and hunting gear and technology tips, ReserveAmerica.com is the go-to community for outdoor recreation activities in North America.Visit Site
The U.S. Forest Service is a multi-faceted agency that manages and protects 154 national forests and 20 grasslands in 43 states and Puerto Rico. The agency’s mission is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations. They have an elite wildland firefighting team and the world’s largest forestry research organization. The experts at the Forest Service provide technical and financial help to state and local government agencies, businesses, private landowners and work government-to-government with tribes to help protect and manage non-federal forest and associated range and watershed lands. Additionally, they augment their work through partnerships with public and private agencies that help to plant trees, improve trails, educate the public, and improve conditions in wildland/urban interfaces and rural areas, just to name a few. The Forest Service team also promotes sustainable forest management and biodiversity conservation internationally.Visit Site
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is a nationally recognized leader in conservation, outdoor recreation and wildlife management. The agency manages 41 state parks, all of Colorado's wildlife, more than 350 state wildlife areas and a host of recreational programs. CPW issues hunting and fishing licenses, conducts research to improve wildlife management activities, protects high priority wildlife habitat through acquisitions and partnerships, provides technical assistance to private and other public landowners concerning wildlife and habitat management and develops programs to understand, protect and recover threatened and endangered species. CPW also administers the state's trail program and registers boats, snowmobiles, off-highway vehicles and river outfitters. Parks and Wildlife employees and their partners work together to provide ongoing and outstanding customer service through recreational programs, amenities, and services. Regulations are established by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission.Visit Site
The Bureau of Land Management manages public lands for a variety of uses such as energy development, livestock grazing, recreation, and timber harvesting while ensuring natural, cultural, and historic resources are maintained for present and future use. This multiple-use approach enables the agency to prioritize and advance the President’s priorities which include energy independence, shared conservation stewardship, keeping our borders safe, putting Americans back to work, and serving the American family. To do this, they manage public lands to maximize opportunities for commercial, recreational, and conservation activities. This promotes healthy and productive public lands that create jobs in local communities while supporting traditional land uses such as responsible energy development, timber harvesting, grazing, and recreation, including hunting and fishing.Visit Site
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is the oldest federal conservation agency, tracing its lineage back to 1871, and the only agency in the federal government whose primary responsibility is the management of fish and wildlife for the American public. The Service helps ensure a healthy environment for people by providing opportunities for Americans to enjoy the outdoors and our shared natural heritage. To do so, the Service assists in the development and application of an environmental stewardship ethic for our society, based on ecological principles, scientific knowledge of fish and wildlife, and a sense of moral responsibility; guides the conservation, development, and management of the nation's fish and wildlife resources; and administers a national program to provide the public opportunities to understand, appreciate, and wisely use fish and wildlife resources.Visit Site