Earlier this month, the White River National Forest released its proposed new oil and gas leasing plan. The plan would protect key parts of the Forest from future...More Information
Dear Supporter – Please consider signing HCCA’s comment letter to Governor Hickenlooper on the importance of protecting instream flows in the Colorado Water...More Information
Kicking off in December at Rumors Coffee and Tea House (414 Elk Ave.), HCCA is pleased to announce its new partnership with the Western State Colorado University (WSCU)...More Information
HCCA is a member of the Gunnison Public Lands Initiative (GPLI), a coalition of local groups working to protect public lands in Gunnison County. Next week, GPLI is...More Information
On Monday, November 17th at 5 p.m., High Country Conservation Advocates (HCCA) will host an informational coffee chat titled, “What’s this State Water Plan, anyway?” at...More Information
High Country Conservation Advocates (HCCA) today announced the date and theme for the 38th Annual Red Lady Salvation Ball. Taking place Saturday, March 14th at The Eldo...More Information
HCCA will bring the 10th Annual Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival to both Gunnison and Crested Butte this winter Crested Butte, Colorado—...More Information
Although it might be common knowledge that there are heavy metals in the Coal Creek Watershed, it’s hard to pinpoint the exact source of these contaminants. What part...More Information
High Country Conservation Advocates protects the health and natural beauty of the land, rivers, and wildlife in and around Gunnison County now and for future generations.
High Country Conservation Advocates | P.O. Box 1066 | Crested Butte, CO 81224 | 970.349.7104
We are so grateful to High Country Citizens’ Alliance for their decades-long commitment to keeping this place special. Special then, special now, and special for those who aren’t here yet.
-Sue and Pat Wallace, Crested Butte
Thank you for your ongoing vigilance to protect Red Lady…. HCCA has been the leader in this effort for so many years and I am grateful for your endless commitment and passion!
-Gail Burford, Crested Butte