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Issues and Committees

Poudre Canyon Group volunteers work on a wide variety of issues that are important to the people and environment of Northern Colorado. The Conservation Committee is the umbrella committee for most conservation issues. In some cases, subcommittees have been formed to address specific issues and campaigns, such as fracking, zero waste, and transportation. These subcommittees usually meet on an as-needed basis. See the Calendar for times and locations.

See below for the latest news on the following PCG issues and campaigns:

Fracking: The PCG has been educating the public and elected officials and is working with other organizations to stop fracking in communities in Northern Colorado. A variety of efforts are underway to enact moratoria in Fort Collins, Loveland and other towns. The Sierra Club has endorsed proposed ballot initiatives in Fort Collins and Loveland. To find out how you can help, contact Will Walters or Lauren Swain. See also Citizens for a Healthy Fort Collins, Weld Air and Water, and Protect Our Loveland.

Protecting the Poudre: The PCG has joined other local groups to help on issues surrounding the potential draining of the Poudre River.  Read more about this project at www.savethepoudre.org.  To find out how you can help, contact Gina Janett at 970-493-4677 or Mark Easter at 970-224-9214.

Uranium Mining: The PCG and Rocky Mountain Chapter oppose and are working to prevent uranium mining in Northern Colorado and statewide.  For more about this project, read about it in the Chapter's Fall 2007 Peak & Prairie Newsletter or view the web site of Coloradans Against Resource Destruction.  To find out how you can help work on uranium mining issues in Northern Colorado, contact Coloradoans Against Resource Destruction (C.A.R.D.) Jackie Adolph, jadolph@frii.com (970) 217-7007.

   
   

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