THANK YOU to our 30 Year Celebration Sponsors!
Sonny & Nancy Smaller of Canon City Colorado
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The Quarter Fund is an untainted, optimistic group of young professionals ready to get their hands dirty in an exploration of philanthropy. QF members meet four times a year to make a $700 grant and a commitment to volunteer for a morning with a Boulder County nonprofit. Each quarter, Quarter Fund shifts its nonprofit focus – basic needs might be one quarter and environmental concerns might be another – so that members are constantly exposed to new missions and new perspectives. The Quarter Fund’s primary function is to have fun and do some good along the way. The one prerequisite to join is that you be in your twenties; No older and no younger.
Located in the heart of downtown Salida, Colorado, Amica’s Pizza Microbrews & More is a full-service community taphouse and scratch kitchen full of good energy and great flavors. Amica’s has had the extreme privilege of having great customer and employee loyalty for over a decade and counting. This has allowed ongoing benefits and proud sponsorships for cultural, environmental, educational, and athletic programs within our own community and elsewhere.
Southern Colorado Greenback Chapter 509 is a grassroot 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (EIN: 84-1294141) with the mission to protect, conserve, and restore Colorado’s cold-water fisheries and their watersheds. Statewide, Colorado Trout Unlimited (CTU) has over 10,000 members in 22 local chapters. Chapter 509 covers Pueblo, eastern Fremont, and Custer Counties. Our Chapter conducts local conservation and educational projects and acts as advocates and conservators for their “home waters”. The on-the-ground, grassroots efforts of our chapter and volunteers are what set SCG Chapter 509 apart from many other conservation groups. Presently we are obtaining grants to evaluate sites of active or potential erosion and hope to have streambank stabilization complete by winter 2022/23.
Denver Water proudly serves high-quality water and promotes its efficient use to 1.5 million people in the city of Denver and many surrounding suburbs. Established in 1918, the utility is a public agency funded by water rates, new tap fees and the sale of hydropower, not taxes. It is Colorado’s oldest and largest water utility. Subscribe to TAP to hydrate your mind, and follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Since 1996, Roaring Fork Conservancy has inspired people to explore, value, and protect the Roaring Fork Watershed. We bring people together to protect our rivers and work hard to keep water in local streams, monitor water quality, and preserve riparian habitat. As one of the largest watershed organizations in Colorado, Roaring Fork Conservancy serves residents and visitors throughout the Roaring Fork Valley through school and community-based Watershed Education programs and Watershed Science and Policy Projects including regional watershed planning, water resource policy initiatives, stream management, and restoration.