Patagonia Denver

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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.

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.

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.

Conservation Colorado Education Fund (CCEF)

Denver, CO

Conservation Colorado Education Fund (CCEF)

Conservation Colorado Education Fund aims to educate and mobilize people to protect Colorado’s environment and quality of life.

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.

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.

Gunnison Public Lands Initiative

GUNNISON, CO

Gunnison Public Lands Initiative

The Gunnison Public Lands Initiative is a community-based coalition working to legislatively protect public lands in Gunnison County, Colorado for wilderness, wildlife, water, agricultural, and recreational values.

Colorado Farm & Food Alliance

Paonia, CO

Colorado Farm & Food Alliance

Colorado Farm & Food Alliance mobilizes rural communities, local food and drink producers, and food-oriented consumers to support sound environmental policies.

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.

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.

Institute for Environmental Solutions

Denver, CO

Institute for Environmental Solutions

Institute for Environmental Solutions delivers scientific solutions to improve our health and environment.

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.

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

14er: Grizzly Gulch Trail Restoration @ Handies Peak — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Lake City, CO, United States

14er: Grizzly Gulch Trail Restoration @ Handies Peak

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Colorado’s “14ers” pay a price for their popularity and steep grades and increased foot traffic have caused significant erosion on the Grizzly Gulch Trail. On this remote project with VOC volunteers and others from the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative (CFI), you’ll spend three days working to restore the trail. Tasks may

Habitat Restoration @ Moon Pass — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

CO, United States

Habitat Restoration @ Moon Pass

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Spend the weekend in the starry-skied San Luis Valley, where we will hike through forested slopes to remove oxeye daisy. While the area has been actively treated for this invasive weed since 2012, mostly with herbicide, volunteers will be hand-pulling the oxeye daisy as a non-chemical technique to mitigate the

Wetland Restoration @ Hoosier Creek — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

CO, United States

Wetland Restoration @ Hoosier Creek

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

As you enjoy scenic lake views, you’ll work to remove old barbed wire fencing to allow more wildlife to access this restored wetland area. This unique wetland environment is important to the ecosystem and it needs your help to thrive. By removing the old fencing, you will make it easier

Los Pinos Trail Clearing @ La Jara — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

La Jara, CO, United States

Los Pinos Trail Clearing @ La Jara

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Volunteers ages 18+ will work to clear the Los Pinos Trail. Downed beetle kill trees have blocked the trail and made it impossible to find in some areas. Despite the downed trees blocking the path, people continue to try to access the waterfall, damaging the natural habitat and putting themselves

Habitat Restoration @ Poudre Learning Center — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Greeley, CO, United States

Habitat Restoration @ Poudre Learning Center

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

On this project, you’ll work with volunteers ages 16+ to help remove tamarisk, an invasive plant, to improve the natural habitats found in the 133 acres recently donated to the Center. Tamarisk, also known as salt cedar, has become rampant in many stream and riverbanks. This plant harms native plants

Habitat Restoration @ John Martin Reservoir State Park — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

CO, United States

Habitat Restoration @ John Martin Reservoir State Park

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Discover a new corner of Colorado as you help remove invasive tamarisk from the shores of John Martin Reservoir. Tamarisk is threatening to take over the shoreline and has reduced nesting grounds for threatened and endangered piping plovers and interior least terns. By helping to remove the tamarisk, you will

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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