Going to school for Environmental Law is tricky, because the schools that have solid programs like Vermont or L&C are very competitive within that track.
That being said (and it's a discussion for another time), keep in mind that Environmental Law is not known for being especially lucrative. True, some people end up working for Exxon making $150K, but they are usually the Ivy League grads.
With that in mind, while I whole-heartedly agree that you should cast a wide net and see what comes up, be aware that UDenver is extremely expensive, and your stats are unlikely to get you a sizable scholarship. Therefore, I'd advise looking at other public schools that have generous in-state policies. Rutgers-N has a well-known environmental law clinic, and they allow for in-state tuition the second year, no questions asked. There are others...I would do some research.