As a company, we own and manage more than 5,600 acres of lands for wildlife habitat and forestry.
Rocky Mountain Power
- Leaving day use parking areas as grass to help maintain winter forage for elk
- Reducing the size of parking lots to save the natural plant buffer, which is habitat for many different animals and birds
- Opening the parks seasonally to ensure that elk and other wildlife have a safe winter home
- Taking care to preserve the trees and natural vegetation whenever possible to preserve micro-habitats
- Installing log booms to protect shorelines from wave and boat impact
- Modifying company property land leases adjacent to waterways to include environmental protection clauses. For example, no farming to the edge of the reservoir is permitted.