SLVEC financial supporters, members and volunteer working groups, past and present.

These folks help make our work possible

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• Brown Foundation

 

• El Pomar Foundation


• Fund for Wild Nature

 


• Maki Foundation

 


• New Land Foundation

 
• Patagonia

• United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Utility Service Solid Waste Management

 

 

• Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area

 

 

• Colorado Creative Industries

 

 

• New Venture Foundation


 

• Kenney Foundation


 

 

• The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 

(Environmental Justice Program)

 

 

• Many Individuals, Families, and Businesses

A hearty Thank You to these amazing organizations

Advisors & Supporters

Various Local, Regional and National Non Profit Environmental and Conservation Organizations. SLVEC working group members dealing with issues such as:

  • Energy Development on Public Lands Surrounding the SLV

  • The Village at Wolf Creek, Protection of Roadless Areas

  • Travel Management Planning on Public Lands

  • Community Action for a Renewed Environment (CARE) - Environmental Health Risk Assessment within the SLV

  • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) - Public Outreach to inform about asthma and asthma triggers, radon gas, dust, smoke and preventaive measures

  • San Francisco Creek Working Group - Local Residents Monitoring Oil and Gas Exploration in a Major Watershed of the San Juan Mountains

  • San Luis Valley Solar Master Planning Process

  • Alamosa Ranch/Healthy Living Park