20% of all our revenue flows back into local rivers! We are dedicated to creating the most beneficial relationships in each river system. If your local river would like to partner up please send us a message. 



  • Friends of the Verde River works collaboratively for a healthy, flowing Verde River system. Friends of the Verde River envisions a healthy, flowing Verde River and tributaries that support our natural environment, vibrant communities, and quality of life for future generations. We focus our work on restoring habitat, sustaining river flows, and building supportive communities. We proactively engage in a combination of “boots-on-the-ground” projects and policy solutions guided by sound conservation principles and which meet human and environmental needs in an outcomes-oriented manner.

    Friends of the Verde River 
  • The Oldman Watershed Council (OWC) is a community-based, not-for-profit that works with
    everyone to find practical solutions to environmental challenges that impact us all. It takes time
    and effort to work collaboratively but OWC is building a new way of managing our water and land where
    we all do our part, work together and think long term. We believe it's worth the investment.

    Old Man Watershed Council 
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    Colorado River Headwaters Chapter of TU 
  • Boulder Flycasters is a chapter of Trout Unlimited, the premier cold water conservation group in North America with 150,000 professionals and volunteer members. Boulder Flycasters is a non-profit organization dedicated to conserving, protecting and restoring coldwater fisheries — and we all love to fish and have some fun too. As sportsmen/conservationists our mission is to ensure that we have healthy fisheries in our own backyards that can be enjoyed for generations to come. We do this through our conservation and youth programs conducted throughout the year. You can find out more about these efforts here..

    Boulder Flycasters 
  • OUR MISSION: To improve & maintain the ecological health of the Poudre River Watershed through community collaboration.

    Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed 
  • Conserving, protecting and enhancing Colorado’s coldwater fisheries through volunteerism, education and outreach.

    West Denver Trout Unlimited 
  • The Greenway Foundation (TGF)advances a sustainable water future, focusing primarily on Colorado and the western United States. TGF protects and revitalizes watersheds, promotes water stewardship, champions environmental education, stimulates innovative policies and practices while also celebrating the historic, recreational, and environmental roles involving water that flows through our communities. Since its inception, TGF has and continues to transcend cultural, political, geographic, and disciplinary boundaries, focusing on opportunities and initiatives that bind our communities together, the most vital of which is water.​

    The Greenway Foundation 
  • We are the local chapter of Trout Unlimited representing the communities within the Saint Vrain Creek watershed from the headwaters to the plains including Longmont, Lyons, Allenspark, Erie, Fredrick, Firestone and surrounding areas. We are committed to the Trout Unlimited mission of conserving, protecting, and restoring North America's coldwater fisheries and their watersheds.

    Nationwide, chapters of Trout Unlimited join forces at a grassroots  level to achieve our vision that by the next generation, TU will ensure that robust populations of native and wild coldwater fish once again thrive within their North American range, so that our children can enjoy healthy fisheries in their home waters.

    St. Vrain Anglers chapter has over 400 members who are actively supporting conservation, education, and advocacy benefiting citizens and anglers of all levels of experience.

    St. Vrain Anglers TU 
  • Our mission is to promote, protect, and restore a healthy Blue River watershed through cooperative community education, stewardship, and resource management.We focus on the entire watershed, which drains an area of about 680 square miles covering all of Summit County and portions of Grand and Lake Counties.

    Blue River Watershed Group 
  • The goal of the Yampa River Fund is to establish a sustainable, voluntary funding source for the Yampa River in order to:

    • Enhance water security for communities, agriculture, the economy, and the natural environment in the Yampa Valley;

    • Support a healthy, flowing river and enhance critical low flows through water leases from reservoirs, and;

    • Maintain or improve river function through a holistic approach to restoration of riparian and/or in-channel habitat.

    Yampa River Fund 
  • Eagle River Watershed Council advocates for the health of the Upper Colorado and Eagle River watersheds through research, education and projects. The Watershed Council strives to protect and enhance the high-quality natural, scenic and economic values that our rivers and tributaries provide to the citizens, visitors and wildlife of the Eagle River and Colorado River watersheds located in Eagle County.

    Eagle River Watershed Council 
  • The Arkansas River Watershed Collaborative (ARWC)  grew out of the process of wildfire and its  effects  on water and communities. As fires  in the Arkansas River Basin and across the state were becoming more intense and frequent, the need for organized community and agency partnerships to address impacts and preserve the health of our watersheds became clear and urgent.  ARWC is a response to these growing needs and a home for community-driven forest health, watershed health and post-fire collaborative efforts.

    Arkansas River Watershed Collaborative 
  • RiversEdge West advances the restoration of riparian lands through education, collaboration, and technical assistance.We accomplish this by:

    - Replacing invasive plants with native plant species along thousands of riverside acres across the Southwest

    - Educating thousands of community members and youth to foster long-term river stewardship 

    - Training river restoration professionals through our training series and annual conference – including education and outreach about the tamarisk beetle

    - Researching and developing new restoration techniques to effectively restore riparian ecosystems

    RiversEdge West