Green Business Roundtable

The Green Business Roundtable (GBR) is one of the most innovative and successful lunchtime networking events in Durango. Routinely attended by over 90 business leaders, elected officials, and influential community members, GBR inspires innovative discussions on timely issues affecting our region. GBR is non-partisan.


2020-2021 Season

We will be kicking off Virtual GBR on September 9th. You won’t want to miss any, so mark your calendars for the 2nd Wednesday of each month through December 2020. Virtual GBR will be free!

Fall 2020

  • December 9th: TBD

How it works

Virtual GBR will be held via Zoom.  We will send an email with the topic and speaker the week before Virtual GBR along with a registration link.  All participants must register using this link in order to join Virtual GBR.  The presentation will begin promptly at noon.  Local, regional, and national speakers engage us in diverse topics related to business, the regional economy and environmental stewardship. After the presentation, there will time for a Q&A session and attendee announcements.  Then you will have the option for informal networking in two separate spaces until 1:00pm.

Registration: We will send an email the week before Virtual GBR with a link to register or contact

Green Business Roundtable GBR Photo

Last Year’s Sponsors

Logo for Durango Land and Homes
Mantell-Hecathorn Builders Logo 2018
Priority Financial
Carvers logo
Edward Jones Logo
LPEA 80 years logo
Alpine Bank Logo
Durango Nursery
Logo for the Rochester Hotel
Roll LLC Logo

2019-2020 Season

  • April 8th: Cancelled

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