What can 1% do?

Eagle Valley’s population is projected to double in 35 years to over 100,000 people. Although we all welcome these anticipated newcomers, many of us worry about the impacts to our natural resources. Now you can help. Together Eagle Valley Land Trust (EVLT) and Eagle River Watershed Council (ERWC) invite you to join the 1% for Land & Rivers Fund to benefit land and river conservation in our community. 


How to Join 1% for Land and Rivers The easiest way to join the program is to get in contact with us – we’ll provide materials and guidance every step of the way. Email Julie Norberg, 1% for Land & Rivers Manager, info@landandrivers.org or call at […]



Protecting healthy rivers and open spaces in our community is simply good business. It is an investment in the future of our economy and community. We are fortunate to live in an area where the natural beauty attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year. […]



Thank you Chris Romer & Vail Valley Partnership for your support of our efforts in protecting the land and rivers we love, the backbone of our local economy!
“1% for Land & Rivers is an innovative and collaborative approach to protecting our natural assets from Dotsero to Vail. The population of Eagle County is expected to double in 35 short years. We encourage this endeavor to protect our rivers and natural landscapes, not only for the wellbeing of individuals, but also for our economy. We are thrilled to see this work and applaud Eagle River Watershed Council and Eagle Valley Land Trust for their efforts.”
– Chris Romer & the Vail Valley Partnership
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Thank you Colorado Parks & Wildlife for your endorsement of our collaborative efforts!
"1% for Land & Rivers directly benefits the natural resources of Eagle County ensuring enjoyable and sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities. Colorado Parks & Wildlife (CPW) encourages businesses to participate in the program and customers to visit participating businesses. CPW seeks diverse ways to encourage future generations to serve as active stewards of Colorado's natural resources. This is a great way to do so."
- Perry Will and Colorado Parks & Wildlife
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