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Funding Donors and Partners

Wildlands Restoration Volunteers is pleased to acknowledge its funders, donors and partner organizations.

Gregg Campbell

Gregg Campbell is a founding board member of WRV. He provides very generous support to WRV, including our Endowment Fund.

WRV works closely with many districts of the USFS including the White River National Forest, Pike-San Isabelle, Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest, and Arapahoe-Roosevelt National Forests Pawnee National Grassland, on numerous national forest restoration sites each year.

Denver Mountain Parks is a close partner with WRV and works with us to complete projects in spectacular places like Red Rocks Park or Mount Evans. The National Forest Foundation, chartered by Congress, engages America in community-based and national programs that promote the health and public enjoyment of the 192 million acre National Forest System, and accepts and administers private gifts of funds and land for the benefit of the National Forests.

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The National Forest Foundation, chartered by Congress, engages America in community-based and national programs that promote the health and public enjoyment of the 192 million acre National Forest System, and accepts and administers private gifts of funds and land for the benefit of the National Forests.

Boulder County Parks and Open Space has been a partner since 1999.  WRV conducts several restoration projects each year on BCPOS lands.

City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks collaborates closely with WRV on several local stewardship projects each year in our home town.

Alan Carpenter

Alan Carpenter is a long time supporting member of WRV. His ongoing support to WRV over the years has helped develop and sustain the organization.

The Colorado State Trails Program provides funding for our trail projects from Arapaho Roosevelt National Forest to work on Colorado 14ers like Mount Evans.

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REI provides generous funding to support our restoration projects and gear to outfit our hard-working volunteers. REI also provides meeting space for WRV in their community room in Boulder.

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City and County of Broomfield is one of our newer partners.  In 2013, WRV is collaborating to do our first restoration project on their Open Space properties.

Aspen Meadow Veterinary Specialists

AMVS provides 24-hour emergency vet services throughout Colorado.  They are a member of 1% for the Planet, and are located at 104 S. Main St. in Longmont. AMVS provided generous support for WRV's 2013 project season.

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State Farm provided generous support for our work on the Fourmile Canyon fire restoration.

Scurci Family Foundation

The John S. Scurci Foundation provides very generous funding for all our programs and projects.

James Creek Watershed Initiative

JCWI has collaborated with WRV on nearly ten major restoration projects in the Left Hand Canyon and James Creek watersheds since 1999.

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Colorado Division of Wildlife is a long time supporter of WRV though projects and funding.

City of Aurora Parks, Recreation & Open Spaces collaborated with WRV in 2012 starting a great relationship for future monitoring and restoration projects.

Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory has worked closely with WRV at their Brighton headquarters to restore a native setting for visitors and birds to enjoy.

Climax Molybdenum is an integral funder of WRV's work in the White River National Forest.

Starbucks is a strong supporter of WRV's work. They provide delicious coffee to keep the volunteers going in the morning and funding to keep programs like our Youth Program going.

Friedman Family Foundation

The Friedman Family Foundation has provided a generous grant to support WRV volunteers working hard to preserve Colorado's outdoor legacy.

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The EPA funds WRV's Youth and Inclusiveness program.

Roberts Ranch Cattle Co.

The Roberts Ranch Cattle company has been instrumental in providing funding and support of WRV's work in the Campbell Valley area.

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City of Fort Collins collaborates closely with WRV's northern office on local stewardship projects.

Through grant such as the HRF, STTFOA and WRP, the Colorado Water Conservation Board, supports the hard work of WRV volunteers at places like Chico Basin, Campbell Valley, Boulder Creek and North Fork

Many thanks to the Jared Polis Foundation for their continuing support of our mission to heal the land and build community!

City of Boulder Youth Opportunites Program provides funding to engage City of Boulder youth in opportunities to connect with their community through meaningful service leadership and development.

Xcel Energy is a strong supporter of WRV's projects across Colorado.

The Foundation for Sustainability and Innovation focuses on the way innovation can be valuable in long-term substantiality such as the success of WRV's restoration projects.

The Community Foundation has provided funding to support the development of our volunteer community and our stewardship projects in Boulder County.

In partnership and with the support of the Overland Mountain Bike Club, the Hewlett Gulch trail and surrounding area are undergoing a drastic transformation to a new sustainable trail system.

Other Funders, Donors and Partners

Colorado Department of Agricluture Pourdre River Public LibraryFirst Congretional Church of Boulder Logo Urban Drainage and Flood Control District City of Longmont New Planet Beer Cinnabun Logo Bureau of Land Management logo Niceklodeon's Big Green Grant Colorado Mountain Club Logo PatagoniaGold Belt Tour Scenic Byway Bohemian Foundation NOAA Logo Smartwool Logo Colorado Natural Areas Program Pouder WIlderness Volunteers Trees, Water & People Scotts Miracle Gro Bull PublishingOrient Land TrustEncan Oil and Gas Otter Box Silicon Valley Foundation South Suburban Parks and Rec Boulder Business ProductsNew Belgioum Brewing Co.

Karl Friedman Family Foundation

Fairway Estates Property Owners Association

Israel Family Foundation

The Friendship Fund

The Henderson Foundation

Bill Alexander, Angie Gisutina, Barb Kirchner, David Piske, Terry Saracino & Paul Strasburg,Jim & Suzanne Balog, Tom Crowley, Bill Strathearn, Deb Keammerer, Elaine Hill, Liz Kellogg, Perry Abbot, Rob Layton,William Boitano, and Kevin & Becca Knight

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