Updates From WCC

August 9, 2017

D51 Information Night

Join WCC of Mesa County and other supporters of School District 51 to hear speakers on the November 2017 bond measure and mill levy override question, and […]
July 26, 2017

SEEKING Gift Baskets for Mountainfilm

Our showing of Mountainfilm on Tour in Grand Junction on September 29th at the Avalon Theater will once again feature door prizes and an auction. WCC […]
July 26, 2017

Join Mesa County’s Clean & Renewable Energy team!

WCC of Mesa County’s Clean and Renewable Energy group is undergoing a process of revitalization. We are seeking volunteers to help with campaigns to improve access […]
July 26, 2017

PLACE wins support from Grand Junction city council

By Mary Sornsin & Andreya Krieves, PLACE team After months of dedicated organizing, PLACE (People for Local Activities & Community Enrichment) spokespersons Andreya Krieves and Kimberly […]
July 25, 2017

A growing movement asks, “what’s next?”

by Jeriel Brammeier, WCC Organizer Since the dawn of the pink hats at the Women’s March in January, a movement has emerged with passion and direction. […]
July 25, 2017
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Comment on revised Whitewater drilling by August 28

In late June, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) released its long-awaited revised Environmental Assessment on a proposal to drill 108 oil wells in the Grand […]
July 25, 2017

Montrose County opens up to energy efficiency

by Shane Duckworth, Montrose Montrose WCC members cheered the county commissioners’ unanimous May 31 vote to participate in a statewide program that finances energy and water […]
July 23, 2017

Give Voice to the Forest! Mark Your Calendar For A Forest Service Open House

The Forest Service has announced it will begin revising the GMUG Forest Plan in June 2017. Initial public open houses are planned for July-August in many communities surrounding the GMUG National […]
July 10, 2017

Next Battlement Mesa proposal flawed from outset

Summer will not exactly be vacation time for members of Battlement Concerned Citizens. In mid-June, Ursa Resources submitted six applications for special use permits to continue […]
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