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ECO Roadshow – Saturday, July 13, 2013

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Grand County Colorado’s own Sustainability Fair. Infinite West will be collaborating with Cooper Creek Square to bring you live entertainment, sustainability education, puppet shows for the kids, and other fun activities. The ECO Roadshow is a collaborative sustainability event, bringing environmentally conscious businesses and non-profits together with the public for the purpose of education for all ages. The event is being held in conjunction with a Solshine Music Festival weekend and is designed to promote a Greener Grand County.  LEARN MORE…

2013 SPONSORS

Earth Day in Granby May 17 2012

In what is becoming a long-standing tradition in Grand County, Earth Day will be celebrated one month late. This could be attributed to the old saying, ‘Grand County Time’, but actually it has much more to to with what the weather might do at 9000 feet on April 22, the traditional global day for celebrating the earth. As Kristen DeLay said this year, however: “Who knew that April 22nd this year would have been so perfect?”

Infinite West will be sponsoring the event, which… (read more)

Spirit of the Lake Regatta

What a GRAND DAY we had on Saturday, August 27, Grand Lake, Colorado — at our first annual Spirit of the Lake Regatta, and Crews and Brews Festival!  We send out a BIG Thank You to Everyone who came out to support this event and our efforts to aid conservation efforts for the Colorado River and its headwaters.  We are also very grateful to our sponsors.

If you’re a gear junkie, get your Spirit of the Lake Regatta gear here this will continue to support our conservation efforts.

Hope to see everyone in Grand Lake next year!

GROW-BUY-EAT-LOCAL Campaign Kickoff
in conjunction with the launch of Fraser Valley Community Gardens
Please join us on April 27 5-7:30pm at the Fraser Valley Recreation Center for this exciting event.

Regular Board meetings are open to the public, 3rd Thursdays.
Many of our Board members attend the Energy Opportunities meetings, 4th Wednesday.

Granby’s Earth Day Celebration is Back!
After a successful first year, Granby has once again decided to host an Earth Day celebration. The date for this year’s event will be May 21 in Granby’s own Polhamus Park. This year, in partnership with Teresa Hill and Slopeside Productions, Infinite West is honored to be taking a more active role in getting this event off the ground. Visit the Slopeside Productions webpage to get a glimpse of the 2011 event. Stay tuned for more information, including the history of Earth Day and opportunities for businesses or families to get involved! We are currently looking for sponsors, vendors, volunteers and educators. Please contact Jessie W if you are interested in participating at any level.

2012 Green Gift Guide

We believe that shopping locally and shopping sustainably is one of the best ways to ensure a healthy economy and environment, while bolstering the longevity of your community. Here is a PDF version our 2010 Local Green Gift Guide. This is designed to be printed on 2 sides, so that you can keep a copy at your business if you wish.

If you would like to be included in the 2012 Green Gift Guide, please contact Tim Hodsdon at 970-531-6073. A big thank you to all participating businesses.

Infinite West’s 2010 Local Green Gift Guide

Feel free to print out or email the guide and share it with others.

 with other organizations. (updated 2010)

We are very proud of our collaborations with the following organizations and look forward to future collaborations within our community. If you have an idea for a collaboration with us, contact Tim Hodsdon.

  • Business and Economic Development Association (BEDA)
  • Energy Opportunities of Grand County
  • Grand County Commissioners
  • Town of Grand Lake Planning Department
  • Shadowcliff (an affiliate of Bridging the Gap)
  • Grand County Chambers of Commerce
  • Grand County Builder’s Association.
  • Grand Resource and Recycle Coalition (GRRC)
  • Grand County Library District (GCLD)

Infinite West is dedicated to the advancement of all generations in our Colorado mountain communities to enhance meaningful, spirited lives through responsible and inventive renewal of our natural, economic, and cultural resources.

We promote sustainability for our mountain environment through creative, forward-thinking solutions.
We implement programs that enhance rural culture, economy and ecological well-being using research, public outreach and education.
We foster active participation in community programs that accomplish these goals.
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