Colorado Field Representative
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Liz Rose joined the TRCP in January 2022 as its Colorado field representative.
Prior to joining the TRCP, Rose was the Wyoming field coordinator for Trout Unlimited, where she tracked and weighed in on policies and planning initiatives that would impact Wyoming fisheries and angling opportunities. She established her career in conservation working with Backcountry Hunters & Anglers in Colorado on a master’s project that was a core component of her Environmental and Natural Resources Policy master’s degree from the University of Colorado Boulder. Before diving deep into public land and wildlife policy issues, Rose worked for 8 years as a geoscientist in the oil and gas industry and for the U.S. Geological Survey, and she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Geology from the University of California Santa Cruz.
Rose’s upbringing instilled in her a tireless love of plants, animals, food, and tradition, which drew her naturally to hunting and fishing as a young adult. Colorado is the state she knows and loves best, and she is dedicated to advocating for its wildlife, wild spaces, hunters, and anglers. Rose currently lives in Denver and enjoys spending as much time outside as possible trail running, fly fishing, floating rivers, snowboarding, or otherwise exploring public land, ideally with her old dog.