The Alliance for Sustainable Colorado is the organization at the confluence of sustainability in our state, and The Alliance Center is our living example of sustainability in action. This is core to what we do: amplifying the impact of organizations changing our state for the better, while maintaining our leading-edge of the sustainability movement.
The whole idea behind this site it that sustainability at some level is within our reach. Sure, we’ll all still have to buy things at the grocery store. And maybe some aspects of living a more self-reliant lifestyle just aren’t your cup of tea. But look around your home or your office. There’s so much room for improvement. And that’s what brought me here.
The Colorado Food Systems Advisory Council (COFSAC), established through the LiveWell Colorado-initiated Senate Bill 10-106, is a legislatively-mandated, volunteer-based, 15-member body of state agencies and diverse food systems stakeholders. The COFSAC held its first meeting in January 2011 and has met at least quarterly since (see 2014 meeting schedule under About COFSAC).
CSU Extension – A division of the Office of Engagement. Providing trusted, practical education to help you solve problems, develop skills and build a better future.
CRMPI offers workshops, design courses, and an academy to further your permaculture knowledge and experience.
The Healthy Communities Coalition is comprised of professionals, advocates, community members and leaders who are committed to fostering health among all residents in Eagle County. Currently, coalition initiatives are focused around healthy eating and active living.
A space for gardeners of all levels in Eagle Colorado to discuss garden related topics and organize get togethers. Please invite anyone who you think would be interested in learning or contributing!
Learn about the available resources provided by the Eagle County Government.
The Watershed Council advocates for our rivers through educational programs, special events, restoration projects, monitoring, research, and community volunteer projects.
EagleVail United – A place for EagleVail property owners to share information and make the EagleVail great community even better. This is an advocacy effort to explain and advocate for sound governance in EagleVail.
Community foundations help build and strengthen community and bring together people and organizations that want to make a difference in the world. They are tax-exempt public charities that guide philanthropy and are dedicated to improving the quality of life in the areas they serve.
Hay bale gardening, self irrigating raised bed, vertical gardens, worm tower and composting bins! Let’s get dirty!
At SOS Outreach, they do one thing — help kids gear up for life. Grounded in outdoor experiences, the program ignites a passion for adventure, inspires the courage to try something new, and instills lifelong lessons and skills in kids.
For seven years, Sowing Seeds has introduced young students in Eagle County to the world of gardening, healthy eating and environmental stewardship. Stem by stem, leaf by leaf, hundreds of children have learned a valuable lesson: that time, patience, and constant care create amazing results. Since its inception, Sowing Seeds has been owned and managed by the Vail Valley Foundation’s YouthPower365. It was originally conceived by, and has since been strongly supported by, celebrity chef Kelly Liken. In August of 2017 Walking Mountains Science Center officially adopted Sowing Seeds as an in-school and summer camp program.
This group was formed to create an outlet to post some amazing sustainable agriculture-related opportunities. As this field grows, so too are the opportunities for young farmers, emerging professionals and current practitioners of professional, resilient Food System development.
Sustainable Brands is home for the global community of business innovators who are shaping the future of commerce world wide. Since 2006, our goal has been to inspire, engage and equip today’s business and brand leaders to prosper for the near and long term by leading the way to a sustainably abundant future.
It comes as a surprise to no one that the Vail Valley is a remarkable place. Since 1981, the Vail Valley Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, has been working toward preserving that reputation and the quality of life in the Vail Valley for its residents and guests.
The Vail Valley Service Extension Unit of the Salvation Army provides emergency services and strives to meet human needs, in an effort to promote self-sufficiency
The Vail Valley Foundation’s YouthPower365 has a vision to allow Eagle County’s youth access to early childhood, K-12, and career & college programs that aspire to create success for every child, every day.