The Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy (CORE) Act is steadily moving toward protecting 400,000 acres of public lands in Colorado. It passed the first test in the House Natural Resources Committee and we want to support its progress toward the Senate in the best way we know how.
Please join us on August 8th at 6:00 PM at the gallery at 1727 Pearl Street in Boulder to celebrate the unveiling of never-before-seen images from within the CORE Act boundaries. Doors open at 5:30.
- Be the first to view the new limited-edition prints and see why these special places are so critical to protect.
- Get an update on the progress of the CORE Act from Jim Ramey, Colorado State Director for The Wilderness Society.
- Clare Gallagher, professional endurance athlete, environmental advocate, and Boulder local, will be joining us to speak about her passion for the CORE Act and tell first-hand stories about how she first started running on Colorado’s public lands.
- St. Vrain Cidery, Colorado’s first all-cider taphouse, is returning to pour guests a selection of their award-winning dry American style ciders.
- We are honored to announce a very special musical performance by Tubby Love and Amber Lily, musicians and activists from Hawaii who have recently relocated to Colorado and are already working hard to make their new home state a better place for all of us.
Join us for an evening dedicated to keeping Colorado wild and honoring those who support the cause.