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Water Director Julie Nania informs us on instream flows

Water Director Julie Nania informs us on instream flows

Protecting Instream Flows in the Gunnison Basin and Beyond Here at HCCA we’re doing a number of things to protect healthy streams. One of the ways that streams can be...

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Save the Date! HCCA Annual Meeting and Board Election

Save the Date! HCCA Annual Meeting and Board Election

We welcome all current members and those wanting to become members to join us at our Annual Meeting, taking place Wednesday, October 8th from 6 – 8 pm at the...

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Bye Bye US Energy, Bye Bye! Red Lady Summit Hike

Bye Bye US Energy, Bye Bye! Red Lady Summit Hike

37th Anniversary Red Lady Hike Meet at Rumor’s Coffee and Teahouse – 414 Elk Ave. Crested Butte, CO Meet at 8:30 am!  In Celebration of 33 years since Amax...

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The Last Mountain Film Screening – September 14 – 7PM

The Last Mountain Film Screening – September 14 – 7PM

High Country Conservation Alliance will screen the documentary film, The Last Mountain, on Sunday September 14th at 7pm at the Majestic Theater in Crested Butte. The...

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Alli Melton Interview on Mt. Emmons and Beyond – West Elk Word

Alli Melton Interview on Mt. Emmons and Beyond – West Elk Word

Public Lands Director, Alli Melton, sat down with KBUT’s Chad Reich to discuss her work as Public Lands Director and updates on the Red Lady mine fight. She does...

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Red Lady Appeal

Red Lady Appeal

The summer in Gunnison County is full of adventure and glory.  Remote backcountry is accessible.  Wildflowers cover high mountain valleys and low-land meadows.  And,...

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U.S. Energy Corp. Not Willing to Ensure Safe and Effective Mine Cleanup, Withdraws Proposed Cleanup and Opts for Focusing on Mine Development

U.S. Energy Corp. Not Willing to Ensure Safe and Effective Mine Cleanup, Withdraws Proposed Cleanup and Opts for Focusing on Mine Development

High Country Conservation Advocates Geared Up to Continue Protecting Clean Water and the Community from Proposed Mine August 15, 2014 For More Information Contact: Alli...

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Welcome New Water Program Director – Julie Nania

Welcome New Water Program Director – Julie Nania

Julie Nania will be joining the High Country Conservation Advocates team as the new Director of the Water Policy Program this August. After graduating from University...

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U.S. Energy Corp. Proposed Mine Cleanup Puts Water Sources At Risk

U.S. Energy Corp. Proposed Mine Cleanup Puts Water Sources At Risk

High Country Conservation Advocates and Red Lady Coalition Work to Ensure Safe and Effective Mine Cleanup That Protects Water, Local Community, and Economy Crested...

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Timber Sale Proposal

Timber Sale Proposal

Did you know that since HCCA’s inceptions we’ve been key players in protecting our Forest from ill-devised and poorly planned large-scale timber sales?  Our work on...

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Join the Red Lady for Yoga every Friday at Yoga for the Peaceful

Join the Red Lady for Yoga every Friday at Yoga for the Peaceful

Red Lady Yoga Yoga for the Peaceful hosts Red Lady Yoga every Friday at 5:30 pm throughout the summer. Teacher Crystal Edmunds, offers the class on a donation basis,...

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Don’t Miss HCCA at these Fabulous Summer Events!

Don’t Miss HCCA at these Fabulous Summer Events!

GET OUT AND ABOUT WITH HCCA THIS SUMMER Join us at these fabulous community events!     Red Lady Yoga Fridays, June – August – 5:30 – 6:45 pm Yoga for the...

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HCCA's Mission

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.

 

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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

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