Healthy Lands and Clean Water - Protect Colorado's Farms, Food and Drink

Colorado’s homegrown food, award-winning wines and craft beers depend on healthy land and a reliable supply of clean water.  Our pure water is a staple of Colorado’s famous beers and wines.

We must be smart about the needs of Colorado communities and our entire landscape by finding places to drill that do not harm our farms and ranchland or our water.

These lands and resources are incredibly important to the Colorado economy

Protecting our land and water depends on a responsible approach to energy development.  Some places are too important to frack and drill. Where we do develop, we have to get it right.

When energy development is balanced with protection of our healthy land and water: Our farms, food production, world-class dining, and local wine and craft beer will also thrive.

Valley Organic Growers Association, Rocky Mountain Farmers Union, West Elk Winery Association, Mountain Roots Food Project, Slow Food Western Slope, Local Farms First, Durango Farmers Market, Carbondale Farmers Market, Basalt Farmers Market, Fort Lewis College Environmental Center