San Luis Valley Ecosystem Council (SLVEC)
P.O. Box 223, 537 Main Street
CO 81101 Alamosa
Ansprechpartner: Christine Canaly
- Freiwillige Helfer sind willkommen.
San Luis Valley Ecosystem Council (SLVEC) is a non-profit corporation, which was incorporated in 1998 by a group of citizens concerned about impacts to public lands around the San Luis Valley in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico.
Through education, stewardship practices, community investment and public policy advocacy efforts, SLVEC fosters understanding of complex ecosystems and the constructive interplay between human cultures and the natural world. SLVEC embraces and promotes the preservation of beauty, biodiversity and the health of the San Luis Valley and upper Rio Grande region
Our mission is to protect and restore through research, education, and advocacy, the biological diversity, ecosystems, and natural resources of the Upper Rio Grande region, balancing ecological values and human needs.
We have organized several different working groups, including the Friends of Wolf Creek, LEAP-HIGH Water Quality, the Solar Working Group, and others, which include over 100 volunteers.
• LATN - Low Altitude Tactical Navigation
• Oil & Gas Development: Baca NWR/Lexam Corp; Rio Grande County
• Renewable Energy
• Wolf Creek Pass Developments: Village at Wolf Creek; Ski Area Expansion
• Travel Management Planning: Roadless Area Conservation
• Water Quality
• Alamosa Ranch
• Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area
• Antonito Trans-Waste Proposal
Christine Canaly is the Director of the San Luis Valley Ecosystem Council (SLVEC).
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.