Our WorkCommunity Involvement Program
Activating Big Thompson communities to drive enhancement projects, stewardship, and planning for regional health and resilience across private and public lands.
The Big Thompson Watershed Coalition recognizes that in order to have a healthy watershed over the long-term, our communities need to be involved in ongoing watershed health updates, restoration planning, and river corridor enhancement. The BTWC strives to serve a hub of information and community discussions about the Big Thompson watershed. Our community program works to inform and involve our communities in Big Thompson conservation and management by hosting and participating in community education and outreach events, organizing and leading public meetings and workshops on topics of watershed health, engaging community members in restoration projects and at home stewardship, responding promptly to community concerns and questions about the watershed, and more.
Want to get involved?
Are you interested in learning more about the current health of your watershed and how we can make it more resilient to a changing environment? Join us for our next community volunteer opportunities or learn more about our watershed resilience initiatives at our upcoming events!
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...
Fishing Pier Reconstruction Project
Come celebrate the opening of this public access recreation spot! The pier rebuild is almost finished with construction.
Stream Stewardship Handbook
Use this free how-to guide to learn about and address weedy species, stream bank erosion, and a variety of other challenges to stewarding your own land in a dynamic environment.
Monitoring and Adaptive Management
Join us in this science & stewardship project! This community monitoring program will help us assess the success of our restoration projects and plan future management of these sites.
Forestry and Wildfire Risk Workshops
We host engaging experiences to spark discussion on wildfire resilience for those living and recreating in the Big Thompson and Loveland areas.