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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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Panorama Point Trail Restoration @ Corwina Park — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Morrison, CO, United States

Panorama Point Trail Restoration @ Corwina Park

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

After enjoying breakfast and packing a lunch provided by our volunteer Crew Chefs, you’ll split into crews of 8-10 people and hike about 45 minutes to the project site. From there, you’ll spend the day working on a variety of critical trail maintenance tasks. There will be something for everyone

BioBlitz! Citizen Science @ Pumpkin Ridge & Hunter’s Cove — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Greeley, CO, United States

BioBlitz! Citizen Science @ Pumpkin Ridge & Hunter’s Cove

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Join us on a Thursday morning for one of VOC’s Citizen Science projects! This form of outdoor stewardship involves collecting data about the area’s plants, animals, and insects to support the Greeley Natural Areas program. Volunteers ages 12+ can sign up for the entire morning, or just a two-hour shift,

Colorado Public Lands Day: Erosion Rock Structures @ Rio Grande Natural Area — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Antonito, CO, United States

Colorado Public Lands Day: Erosion Rock Structures @ Rio Grande Natural Area

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Celebrate Colorado Public Lands Day by improving river health and expanding your rock structure skills! Open to volunteers ages 14+, you’ll learn how to build rock dams and walls called “Zeedyk” structures from hydrology and erosion master Mr. Bill Zeedyk. No experience is required, and this is a great project

Weekday Forest Health @ Genesee Park — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Golden, CO, United States

Weekday Forest Health @ Genesee Park

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Spend your Wednesday helping forests thrive in Genesee Park! Volunteers ages 12+ will take part in simple, but important, tasks designed to improve the health of native Ponderosa pines and reduce the severity of wildfires. The majority of work will involve using handsaws to cut smaller trees at ground level,

Weekday: Hell’s Hole Trail Restoration @ Mt. Evans Wilderness #1 — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

CO, United States

Weekday: Hell’s Hole Trail Restoration @ Mt. Evans Wilderness #1

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

On this Friday project, you’ll spend the day with a group of 15 or fewer volunteers to address critical maintenance issues along a four-mile stretch of the Hell’s Hole Trail. Work will include constructing and maintaining drainage features, as well as clearing encroaching vegetation from the trail corridor. No experience

Weekday: Hell’s Hole Trail Restoration @ Mt. Evans Wilderness #2 — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

CO, United States

Weekday: Hell’s Hole Trail Restoration @ Mt. Evans Wilderness #2

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

On this Thursday project, you’ll spend the day with a group of 15 or fewer volunteers to address critical maintenance issues along a four-mile stretch of the Hell’s Hole Trail. Work will include constructing and maintaining drainage features, as well as clearing encroaching vegetation from the trail corridor. No experience

North Fork Community Fair — Colorado Farm & Food Alliance

Event from Colorado Farm & Food Alliance

Paonia, CO, United States

North Fork Community Fair

Colorado Farm & Food Alliance

North Fork Community Fair & Local Solutions EXPO Paonia Town Park – 4th & North Fork Ave Back for its 6th year, bigger and better than ever. Live music all day, drink local station with North Fork craft drinks, farm-to-food truck vendors, community groups and grassroots action.

Campsite Inventory & Restoration @ Lost Creek Wilderness — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Deckers, CO, United States

Campsite Inventory & Restoration @ Lost Creek Wilderness

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Spend a weekend hiking along trails in the gorgeous Lost Creek Wilderness as you help collect data on, and restore, illegal and unsustainable campsites. In doing so, you’ll benefit the natural environment and provide the U.S. Forest Service with essential data needed to prevent the future creation of illegal sites

Stratton Springs Path Improvements @ Stratton Open Space — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Colorado Springs, CO, United States

Stratton Springs Path Improvements @ Stratton Open Space

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Spend a Saturday in Colorado Springs to reroute a significant access trail to Stratton Open Space. After a light breakfast provided by our volunteer Crew Chefs, you’ll join approximately 60-70 volunteers ages 14+ in closing the old route and replacing it with a new, more sustainable trail. Those who enjoy

Weekday: Herman Gulch Trail Restoration @ Georgetown #1 — Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Event from Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Georgetown, CO, United States

Weekday: Herman Gulch Trail Restoration @ Georgetown #1

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

On this project, you’ll spend the day at high altitude, hiking the full three miles to Herman Lake in order to perform restoration work with a relatively small group of 15-20 volunteers. While no prior experience is needed, we recommend this project for those who enjoy a physical challenge as

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!

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