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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 75 business leaders, elected officials, and influential community members, GBR inspires innovative discussions on timely issues affecting our region. GBR is non-partisan.

Speakers for the 2023-2024 Season

September 13th: Helen Katich, Western Colorado Regional Director for Senator Hickenlooper

October 11th: Marty Pool, Sustainability Manager for City of Durango

November 8th: Drea Pressley, Edward Jones Investments

December 13th: Claire Attkisson, Durango Sustainable Goods

January 10th: Mike Fiebig, American Rivers & Sara Burch, SJCA

February 14th: Southwest Equitable Land Access Collaborative

March 13th: Jennaye Derge, Bike Durango

April 10th: Jonathan Thompson, High Country News

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Recent San Juan Citizens Alliance News

BLM Assessing Big Game Corridor Protections

| Durango Herald Column | One Comment
Winter is a good time to think about the stresses facing deer and elk herds. For big game already struggling with deep snows, public land managers can mitigate development that unnecessarily further complicates already challenging conditions. The Bureau of Land…
Wolf Creek Pass Panorama

Take Action: Protect Colorado’s Waterways

| Rivers, Take Action | No Comments
We oppose exploratory drilling and uranium mining in Slick Rock Canyon for these reasons. We ask that you deny the local county permit.

Take Action: Say NO to Uranium Exploration and Mining in Slick Rock Canyon

| Lands Protection, Rivers, Take Action | No Comments
We oppose exploratory drilling and uranium mining in Slick Rock Canyon for these reasons. We ask that you deny the local county permit.

Clean Air, Clean Energy: The Forecast for 2024

| Of Interest | No Comments
2023 was a great year for local climate and energy wins!  La Plata County adopted the strictest community protections from oil and gas on the Western Slope. While La Plata County originally contemplated a hard oil and gas setback of 0ft,…

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