Potentially, harmfully high levels of nutrients are flowing from the Florida River into the Animas River, and the Animas Watershed Partnership is hoping to make a dent in the problem. Read the article from the Durango Herald – here
Does your project or event need a 501(c)3?
For a variety of reasons, many community groups or organizations do not want to acquire their own 501(C)3 status; the process is complicated and expensive or the project is temporary. At other times an organization has applied for tax exempt status but wants to be able to receive grant funding or accept donations before it receives its 501(c)3 designation; which can take many months. Fiscal sponsorship is a way for those groups and projects to qualify for grants and receive donations that require tax-exempt status while offering tax deductions to their donors. The San Juan RC&D offers fiscal sponsorship to qualified projects.Learn More
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We can help get your project off the ground so you can spend more time on the work that’s important. Would it be great to focus on your mission? The San Juan RC&D can provide fiscal agency as well as fiscal sponsorship services. We can even help you get your website up and running!Learn More
Our Projects are in the News
The San Juan RC&D sponsors a variety of projects and our projects are often featured in local newspapers. These groups work to improve water quality, educate the community about living wages, create a nature center that offers education and workshops, and increase the snow pack in our local mountains. Interesting work!Learn More
A new program taking seed in western La Plata County is designed to help combat veterans learn how to farm and reintegrate into civilian life. The Veterans Homestead Project is the first of its kind in Southwest Colorado and second to be recognized in the state by the Farmer Veteran Coalition, a national nonprofit based […]