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Forming a Greater Thompson Watershed Non-Profit

October 22, 2014 Meeting Materials and Notes

“There is support among the primary local agencies and coalitions in the “Thompson Watershed” to move forward with the development of a 501(c)(3) organization to provide fundraising, planning, and implementation of watershed and river restoration activities in the Big Thompson, Little Thompson, North Fork (including its tributaries), Fish Creek, Fall River, Upper Big Thompson, Black Canyon, and Buckhorn Creek drainages.

Once we have a more firm outline of the organizations mission, goals, etc. we will invite a larger stakeholder group to the table to facilitate a meaningful input process to finalize the organizational structure, mission, etc.  We’ll discuss this more at our first meeting.” – John Giordanengo

More Information on this site About Forming the Non-Profit…


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