In April, HCCA agreed to participate as a member of an ad hoc committee formed by the Upper Gunnison River Water Conservancy District (UGRWCD) to determine how to...More Information
Freeport/MEMC Also Announces Intention to Submit Plan for Water Treatment Plant and a Reclamation Bond for the Plant 2016 is continuing to be an unprecedented year in...More Information
For the first time ever, the owner of all the mineral properties on Red Lady has stated its intent to dispose of these interests, which is a critical step for ending...More Information
High Country Conservation Advocates is asking you to comment on proposed coal leases that would allow Arch Coal to construct roads, drill pads and climate-polluting...More Information
Friday, February 26, 2016 at 6 p.m. in Jerry’s Gym (507 Maroon Avenue) the Crested Butte Town Council will hold a Special Town Council meeting with public discussion...More Information
On January 27th, High Country Conservation Advocates submitted formal recommendations to the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) urging the CWCB to appropriate...More Information
The Forest Service on February 5, 2016, released the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) and Draft Record of Decision (ROD) for the Spruce Beetle Epidemic and...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