Western Colorado Congress (WCC) is an alliance for community action empowering people to protect and enhance their quality of life in Western Colorado since 1980. WCC members are currently working on a number of issues including local foods & agriculture, public lands management, and the impacts of developing oil & gas and uranium resources.
Learn more about proposed coal leasing in the Book Cliffs at 6:30 pm on August 28 at the Center for Indepence in Grand Junction, presentation sponsored by WCC of Mesa County.
Submit an entry to WCC’s Wilderness Photo Contest! Winners will be announced at the Annual Meeting on October 12 in Grand Junction.
A water sampling training on October 14-17 trains citizen volunteers to monitor watersheds in the gas patches of Garfield County.
Spruce Beetle and Sudden Aspen Decline (SBEADMR) field trip with the US Forest Service in Gunnison on September 4.
Winona LaDuke headlines WCC’s 34th Annual Meeting on Sunday, October 12 in Grand Junction! LaDuke is founder and Co-Director of Honor the Earth, and works nationally and internationally on issues of climate change and sustainable development.
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Western Colorado Congress
134 North Sixth Street
P.O. Box 1931
Grand Junction, CO 81502
(970) 256-7650 ph; (970) 245-0686 fax