Wilderness Workshop & the core act
The Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy Act is an extremely powerful bill that would protect roughly 400,000 acres of public land in Colorado, establishing new wilderness areas and continuing to save existing wilderness for generations to come; which would boost the local economies.
The CORE Act is meaningful to me in a large way. On this project I met with a holistic farmer, old-school rancher and explored the glorious Thompson Divide.
Wilderness Workshop has been doing big things for conservation for many years and they are more than worthy of everyone’s support.
western resource advocates
Western Resource Advocates protects the West’s land, air and water to ensure that vibrant communities exist in balance with nature. I like to share this quote when talking about what WRA does:
“You’ve seen wind farms that generate clean energy – we help make those happen. You’ve enjoyed the West’s rivers, like the Colorado and the Green – we help keep those flowing. You’ve admired iconic landscapes, like the Grand Canyon and Utah’s Great Salt Lake – we safeguard these places. We work throughout the Interior West to protect the region for future generations.” – Jon Goldin-Dubois, President of Western Resource Advocates
In my travels of the West I provide content to WRA to use how they see fit in campaigns, social media and wherever else they need.
san juan citizens alliance
San Juan Citizens Alliance advocates for clean air, pure water, and healthy lands – the foundations of resilient communities, ecosystems and economies in the San Juan Basin.
SJCA is an incredibly meaningful group that I work with. Because they aim to protect the region where I live. And what a gorgeous region it is. I provide them with specific photographs from wherever they need- whether this requires mountaineering, back-country travel, road trips or attending events. This is important work and I am thrilled to support my local wild places.