IN 2023, Colorado residents will continue to see a $29 Keep Colorado Wild Pass added to their annual vehicle registrations through the Division of Motor Vehicles, the Colorado Division of Wildlife said Tuesday when it released its 2022 Future Generations Act Report and its Strategic Plan Progress report.

“This new annual pass gives Coloradans easy access to all state parks and the added benefit of investing in our great outdoors and wildlife,” CPW said in a media release.

The 2022 Future Generations Act Report and the Strategic Plan Progress Report outlined other ways Colorado Division of Wildlife is working to expand the number of hunters and anglers in Colorado through a Hunter Outreach Program and Angler Education Program.

The Colorado Division of Wildlife listed 10 goals it has been working to fulfill by 2025: grow the number of hunters and anglers; expand public and private land access; increase big game populations; improve wildlife populations; increase the number of fish stocked; plan a new state park; maintain our dams; engage all outdoor recreationists in funding and conservation; recruit and retain qualified employees; maintain and improve parks and wildlife areas​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​.