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Supported Grantees

Store-supported grantees receive funding through our Retail Grants Program. These organizations identify and work on the root causes of problems and approach issues with a commitment to long-term change.

Save The Colorado

Fort Collins, CO

Save The Colorado

Save The Colorado works to protect and restore the ecological health of the Colorado River by raising public awareness and by inspiring and supporting environmental organizations.

Audubon Rockies

Fort Collins, CO

Audubon Rockies

Audubon Rockies promotes the conservation and restoration of natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and biological diversity.

Rocky Mountain Field Institute

Colorado Springs, CO

Rocky Mountain Field Institute

Rocky Mountain Field Institute protects and enhances the ecological health of our land and water resources.

Quiet Use Coalition

Salida, CO

Quiet Use Coalition

The Quiet Use Coalition is a non-profit environmental organization that to preserve and create quiet use areas on our public lands and waters, while protecting natural soundscapes and wildlife habitat.

Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative

Alma, CO

Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative

The Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative, through cooperative efforts, seeks to conserve natural areas, preserve historic and cultural sites, promote diverse recreation, and develop community business opportunities.

Bluff Lake Nature Center

Denver, CO

Bluff Lake Nature Center

This group shares its urban natural area and inspires environmental connectedness and stewardship through experiential education, environmental engagement, preservation and restoration.

Colorado Fourteeners Initiative

Golden, CO

Colorado Fourteeners Initiative

Colorado Fourteeners Initiative seeks to protect and preserve the natural integrity of Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks—the “Fourteeners”—through active stewardship and public education.

EarthLinks

Denver, CO

EarthLinks

EarthLinks promotes organic gardening, natural beekeeping and composting to sustain people and the planet through the creation of earth-friendly products.

Colorado Water Trust

Denver, CO

Colorado Water Trust

Colorado Water Trust engages in and supports voluntary efforts to restore and protect stream flows in Colorado to sustain healthy aquatic ecosystems.

Trout Unlimited, Colorado River Headwaters Chapter

Fraser, CO

Trout Unlimited, Colorado River Headwaters Chapter

Trout Unlimited is working to conserve, protect and restore North America’s cold-water fisheries and their watersheds.

The Growing Project

Fort Collins, CO

The Growing Project

TGP addresses environmental and food insecurity issues by promoting a strong, diverse and just local food system to all residents of northern Colorado through direct agricultural experiences, education and advocacy.

Mountain Roots Food Project

Gunnison, CO

Mountain Roots Food Project

Striving to cultivate a resilient food system by enhancing healthy connections between food, earth and community, Mountain Roots Food Project fosters knowledge, teaches skills and provides opportunities that ensure access to affordable, local and sustainable food.

Make an Impact

RiverBank 2019 — Colorado Water Trust

Event from Colorado Water Trust

Denver, CO, United States

RiverBank 2019

Colorado Water Trust

Held in June each year at the Denver Botanic Gardens, RiverBank is Colorado Water Trust’s annual fundraiser that supports our work to restore flows to Colorado’s rivers in need. It’s a fun-filled evening of food, drinks, a silent auction, and the presentation of the David Getches Flowing Waters Award.

First Harvest Music Festival — Project Worthmore

Event from Project Worthmore

Aurora, CO, United States

First Harvest Music Festival

Project Worthmore

Join us in celebrating the first harvest of the season with music, food and community! The First Harvest Music Festival takes place at Delaney Community Farm, a 5-acre farm that supports refugees through an intensive educational program, sustainable agriculture, and community building. All proceeds from this event directly benefit programming

Thank these Colorado public lands champions! — Conservation Colorado Education Fund (CCEF)

 from Conservation Colorado Education Fund (CCEF)

Denver, CO, United States

Thank these Colorado public lands champions!

Conservation Colorado Education Fund (CCEF)

Colorado’s lands need permanent protection from development and the CORE Act will protect over 400,000 acres of land that support wildlife, recreation, and economy. Thank these public lands champions!

Protect Gunnison Sage-Grouse Habitat From Oil Development — Rocky Mountain Wild

 from Rocky Mountain Wild

Denver, CO, United States

Protect Gunnison Sage-Grouse Habitat From Oil Development

Rocky Mountain Wild

The Gunnison sage-grouse once roamed wildly throughout Colorado and Utah. Today, they occupy just 10% of their historic range. Without our help this species could go extinct in our lifetime.

Speak Up for Colorado’s Greater Sage Grouse! — Conservation Colorado Education Fund (CCEF)

 from Conservation Colorado Education Fund (CCEF)

Denver, CO, United States

Speak Up for Colorado’s Greater Sage Grouse!

Conservation Colorado Education Fund (CCEF)

The BLM has proposed to weaken protections for the Greater Sage Grouse in favor of measures geared towards oil and gas development. Take action to save this unique species and ecosystem!

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