Tickets for LPOSC’s annual Snowdown fundraiser
are on sale now – get yours today! This year’s event will once again feature craft spirits and cocktails served by Honey House Distilleryand Peach Street Distillers,which will be accompanied by chocolates from Animas Chocolate Company. 701 Public Housewill provide a delicious array of heavy appetizers for guests to enjoy. The VIP gathering will start at 5pm and will feature a special craft spirit and chocolate pairing, take-home goodies, and early access to our silent auction. VIP tickets are selling quickly, sopurchase yours now. General admission attendees will also enjoy drinks from our guest distillers, and chocolates from Animas Chocolate Company.
Each January, a small and invaluable team of volunteers helps tie up the loose ends from the prior year’s monitoring visits by assisting with some computer tasks. This opportunity gives volunteers a “sneak peek” at our 178 conserved properties across Southwest Colorado. If you are available to assist for 8-10 hours over the next few weeks, please reach out to Stewardship Director Christy Curd at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wildlife-Friendly Fencing Makes a Difference
Photo: Colorado Parks & Wildlife LPOSC works hard to ensure that its conserved properties utilize wildlife-friendly fencing whenever possible. A recent Durango Herald article demonstrates why fence designs are important, and the potentially unfortunate consequences of hazardous fencing.
Do you have an extra room, ADU, or land for camping? You can support the next generation of conservationists by hosting a Southwest Conservation Corps member. You may be eligible for compensation and tax benefits. Please find more information here and reach out to Jacob at email@example.com for more information.
La Plata Open Space Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Your gift may be tax deductible. Our EIN number is: 84-1204273.