Conservation Committee

Who We Are

The Indian Peaks Group Conservation Committee consists of interested generalists and of subcommittees of specialists who work on particular issues of importance to the Indian Peaks Group in Boulder County. Please see the individual subcommittee descriptions below. The Conservation Committee’s purpose is to examine pressing conservation issues and recommend courses of action by the Executive Committee, the IPG’s governing body.

When and Where Does it Meet?

The Conservation Committee normally meets on the first Wednesday of every other month. Click here for more details about the meetings. There is a dedicated email list server which gives timely alerts about local conservation topics. If you would like to subscribe to these alerts (which go under the snappy title of RMC-IPG-CONS-COMM) go to our LISTSERV Page or contact Kirk Cunningham and he will add you to the subscriber list.

Subcommittees

Open Space

National Forests

Pesticides

Sustainable Agriculture

Toxics And Water Quality

Wilderness

Wildlife


Sustainable Agriculture Subcommittee

Contact: Subcommittee Chair Cosima Krueger-Cunningham

Pesticides

Contact: pesticides issues person Susan Wolf

Wildlife Subcommittee

Contact Wildlife Subcommittee Chair Deirdre Butler

Open Space

Potential Projects:

Contact: Subcommittee Chair Jim Gallo (gallo@ieee.org)

Toxics And Water Quality

Contact: Kirk Cunningham, Water Quality and Toxics Subcommittee Chair

National Forests

Contacts: Todd Sanford National Forests Issue Specialist

Wilderness Subcommittee

Contacts: Bill Ikler, Wilderness Issue Specialist