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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.

Wild Connections

Colorado Springs, CO

Wild Connections

Wild Connections identifies, protects and restores lands of the Upper Arkansas and South Platte watersheds to ensure the survival of native species and ecological richness.

Western Colorado Congress

Grand Junction, CO

Western Colorado Congress

WCC protects the quality of life in western Colorado by acting as an environmental watchdog over oil and gas drilling, food and agriculture, public lands, uranium mining, and oil shale.

Western Clean Energy Campaign

Denver, CO

Western Clean Energy Campaign

The Western Clean Energy Campaign is working to promote a transition from reliance on aging coal-burning power plants toward clean, renewable energy.

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Denver, CO

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado mobilizes people to volunteer in Colorado’s wild places to create a corps of wilderness stewards.

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.

Southern Plains Land Trust

Centennial, CO

Southern Plains Land Trust

Southern Plains Land Trust is working to create a short-grass prairie preserve network that enables native plant and animal communities to once again thrive.

Save The Poudre: Poudre Waterkeeper

Fort Collins, CO

Save The Poudre: Poudre Waterkeeper

Save The Poudre is working to protect and restore the Cache la Poudre River and its tributaries through public education, scientific research and restoration of the river’s ecology.

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.

Rocky Mountain Wild

Denver, CO

Rocky Mountain Wild

Rocky Mountain Wild works to protect, connect and restore wildlife and wildlands in the southern Rockies of Colorado, southern Wyoming, and eastern Utah.

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.

Make an Impact

Bat Chat & Hike – A Wednesdays in the Wild event — Rocky Mountain Wild

Event from Rocky Mountain Wild

Boulder, CO, United States

Bat Chat & Hike – A Wednesdays in the Wild event

Rocky Mountain Wild

Christine Avena, bat biologist, studies the White Nose Syndrome disease in bats and is a PhD candidate of CU Boulder. Christine will start the evening with a chat about bat ecology and behavior, followed by a short hike at dusk to watch the bats as they get active! The bats

Public Lands Defense Workshop — Rocky Mountain Wild

Event from Rocky Mountain Wild

Denver, CO, United States

Public Lands Defense Workshop

Rocky Mountain Wild

90% of America’s public lands are open to extractive industries such as mining, oil and gas, and development. RMW will give a short presentation about current threats to our public lands, and how to navigate their Oil and Gas Watch Toolkit – bring your own laptop or iPad and write

South Park Alpine Restoration: Part 1&2 — Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative

Event from Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative

Fairplay, CO, United States

South Park Alpine Restoration: Part 1&2

Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative

Join us for a weekend in spectacular high country at three sites within 10 miles northwest and southwest of Fairplay. The headwaters of North Tarryall Creek, Sheep Creek and Beaver Creek have been impacted by illegal motorized activity which has damaged the alpine habitat and sent sediment into the watershed.

ABCs of Bees – A Wednesdays in the Wild event — Rocky Mountain Wild

Event from Rocky Mountain Wild

Berthoud, CO, United States

ABCs of Bees – A Wednesdays in the Wild event

Rocky Mountain Wild

Join us as we head up to Berthoud to learn the ABCs of bees during the honey harvest at Bee Squared Apiaries! This event is hosted by Beth Conrey, who advocates that ecosystem biodiversity and worldwide food production are connected, anchored by a healthy bee population. Learn about how

South Park Alpine Restoration Project, Part 2 — Wild Connections

Event from Wild Connections

Fairplay, CO, United States

South Park Alpine Restoration Project, Part 2

Wild Connections

Join us for one to two days in spectacular high country at three sites within 10 miles northwest and southwest of Fairplay. Campsites in beautiful Beaver Creek, just outside Fairplay, and all meals will be provided free of charge. The headwaters of North Tarryall Creek, Sheep Creek and Beaver Creek

Wildlife Rehabilitation Center – A Wednesdays in the Wild event — Rocky Mountain Wild

Event from Rocky Mountain Wild

Longmont, CO, United States

Wildlife Rehabilitation Center – A Wednesdays in the Wild event

Rocky Mountain Wild

Have you ever wondered what happens when wildlife is injured? Join us as we take a tour of the Greenwood Wildlife Rehab Center (http://www.greenwoodwildlife.org/), learn about their mission, and explore the many volunteer opportunities available at Greenwood, from animal care to education to fundraising, and everything in between! While you

SPLT’s 20th Anniversary Celebration — Southern Plains Land Trust

Event from Southern Plains Land Trust

Denver, CO, United States

SPLT’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

Southern Plains Land Trust

The Southern Plains Land Trust (SPLT) is excited to celebrate our 20th Anniversary on Friday, October 19, 2018 in downtown Denver. All of the proceeds from this vital event help SPLT acquire shortgrass prairie land and protect it permanently for wildlife. This is SPLT’s most important night of the year.

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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