Chase Woodruff

Chase Woodruff

Reporter Chase Woodruff covers the environment, the economy and other stories for Colorado Newsline.

Feds OK the killing of some reintroduced Colorado wolves, putting Dec. 31 deadline in reach

By: - September 18, 2023

Federal wildlife officials on Friday announced they will grant Colorado a key exemption that paves the way for the state to reintroduce gray wolves to the Western Slope by the end of this year, while still allowing “lethal take” of the endangered animals in some circumstances. In a final environmental impact statement on the state’s […]

Biden, Colorado Democrats celebrate national monument designation at Camp Hale

By: - October 17, 2022

The site of a World War II training camp nestled high in the Continental Divide is officially Colorado’s newest national monument and the first to be created under President Joe Biden’s administration. Flanked by Colorado’s top elected officials and veterans of the U.S. Army’s 10th Mountain Division, Biden signed a proclamation establishing the Camp Hale-Continental […]