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Save the Dates

May 14th, 2021|

From the Spring 2021 issue of Wild Works August 12, Thursday - Wild Feast Our largest annual benefit. Delicious cuisine and libations in the Hotel Jerome Courtyard. Awards, amusing auction items, and a few surprises. Your best chance to see Executive Director Will Roush in a suit. To purchase tickets [...]

Wild Works, en Español

May 17th, 2021|

From the Spring 2021 issue of Wild Works Nueva Administración, Nuevas Oportunidades En la edición de invierno del 2020 de Wild Works, en nuestro artículo "Actualización de las elecciones" se describieron algunos de los cambios que esperábamos en función de las elecciones del 2020. Y nos complace informarle que [...]

In Brief

May 14th, 2021|

From the Spring 2021 issue of Wild Works As of printing, here’s the latest on some of our ongoing projects: Aspen Trees. Photo by Jon Mullen. Aspen Management Plan ‑ In February, the White River National Forest released a proposed Aspen Management Plan that would authorize cutting [...]

Coalitions & Collaboration

May 14th, 2021|

From the Spring 2021 issue of Wild Works Wilderness Workshop is a member of the People, Public Lands, and Climate Collaborative. Wilderness Workshop is always looking for opportunities to raise the profile and leverage the impact of our work and collaboration and partnership are critical strategies in [...]

Introducing the Colorado Wildlands Project

May 14th, 2021|

From the Spring 2021 issue of Wild Works Wilderness Workshop is excited to announce a new initiative to protect wild public lands: the Colorado Wildlands Project! Nearly 2,000 feet tall, the Palisade near Gateway, CO, is one of many stunning redrock formations on land managed by the BLM. [...]

New Faces at Wilderness Workshop

May 14th, 2021|

From the Spring 2021 issue of Wild Works Beverly Patera, Operations Manager A warm welcome to Beverly Patera, our new Operations Manager! Beverly brings with her a strong background in finance and systems management, as well as an innate appreciation for the outdoors. With a Bachelor of [...]

No New Dams in the Homestake Valley!

May 14th, 2021|

The Homestake Valley’s riparian and wetland communities—which sustain a high diversity of plant and wildlife species and are the most ecologically productive landscapes in the Colorado high country—would be destroyed by the proposed dam, which would send Western Slope water across the Continental Divide. From the Spring [...]

2020 Annual Report: A Year Like No Other

May 18th, 2021|

From the 2020 Annual Report Thank you for reading Wilderness Workshop’s 2020 Annual Report—our first ever! Amidst all the work at hand to protect public lands we thought it important to take a moment to celebrate our achievements over the past year, thank our wonderful members and donors, and [...]

2020 Annual Report: Our Donors

May 18th, 2021|

From the 2020 Annual Report Thank you to our generous community of supporters, business sponsors, and partners! Donors listed gave to Wilderness Workshop in the 2020 calendar year. Please scroll down for individual donors. Premiere Sponsors Alpine Bank Aspen Times Aspen Skiing Company True Nature Healing Arts  Sopris [...]

2020 Annual Report: Board Member & Donor Spotlights

May 18th, 2021|

From the 2020 Annual Report Board Member Spotlight: Mary Dominick-Coomer Mary has been a long-time friend to Wilderness Workshop and a dedicated Board Member since 2004. You’re certain to have seen Mary and her husband Sven at our events or out on the trails! What sparked your interest in [...]

2020 Annual Report: Advocacy in Action

May 18th, 2021|

From the 2020 Annual Report Our work includes so many different facets of protecting public lands - this past year included new and ongoing legal work, modified community outreach programs, and the creation of brand-new initiatives. Some of this past year’s highlights include: West Elk Coal Mine - In [...]

New Administration Brings New Opportunities

May 14th, 2021|

From the Spring 2021 issue of Wild Works In the Winter 2020 issue of Wild Works, our “Election Update” article outlined some of the changes we expected based on the 2020 elections. We’re happy to report that our initial predictions regarding the end of the “energy dominance” agenda, support [...]

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