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Every year we host or participate in a variety of community events that focus on local watershed health or celebrate the completion of one of our restoration projects. Many of these events are free, open to the public, and welcome to visitors of all ages. Any ticket prices or costs provide support to the event or our organization’s capacity to continue work in the Big Thompson watershed.
Help us reach our end of year fundraising goal! Give through these partners by Dec. 31 and help BTWC get a sizeable gift match
BTWC hopes to raise an additional $5,000 by Dec. 31st to support our staff in 2020. Here at the Big Thompson Watershed Coalition, we are reflecting on another successful year creating and supporting a healthy Big Thompson Watershed. None of this would be possible...
Fall in Love with the Big Thompson – annual fundraiser
Come celebrate the fall equinox with BTWC and "Fall in Love with the Big Thompson" all over again! Join us for an evening on the river with dinner and wine, all proceeds support the Big Thompson Watershed Coalition: Sunday, September 22nd 4-7:30pm at Sweet...
2019 Estes Park Duck Race
Saturday, May 4th, 2019
Festival at George Hix Riverside Plaza in downtown Estes Park
Loveland Children’s Water Festival
More details TBD
2019 Build Your own Rainbarrel Event
Interested in building your own rain barrel for use in your garden or yard? Come to the Big Thompson Watershed Coalition's Rain Barrel event at the Big Thompson Brewery on Sunday May 19th, 2019. A small fee and reservation is required, and proceeds benefit the BTWC...
Big Thompson Canyon Association Pancake Breakfast
Sunday June 2nd, 2019 8 am – 2 pm
1479 W. US 34; 1 mile east of Drake
Big Thompson Access Pier Grand Opening – POSTPONED UNTIL FALL 2019
Monday, June 10th 2019 10:30 – 1:30 pm
Milemarker 72 – US 34 West of Drake
For the Love of the Forest! Join us Thursday 12/12 for community planning and wildfire risk reduction
Join us for our April 2019 Big Thompson Forestry Community Planning Event and our August 2019 Round Mountain Forest Health Demonstration Project tour. Dates coming soon!
BTWC in the news!
Read the Loveland Herald Reporter’s recent article on the BTWC.