Our Work

Care for Colorado Coalition

IDA Colorado is a Stewardhip Partner

Leave No Trace

  • Know Before you Go
  • Stick To Trails
  • Leave It As You Find It
  • Trash the Trash
  • Be Careful With Fire
  • Keep Wildlife Wild
  • Share Our Trails & Parks

For more information on the Care for Colorado “Leave No Trace” principles, see the Care for Colorado “Leave No Trace” page: 

Colorado mountain photo

Care for Colorado

Monthly Messaging:

November 2021

Giving Thanks for Colorado Resources

“Colorado’s majestic landscapes are one of our most valuable assets, and it’s important that we work to preserve these treasures.” — Michael Bennet.

Whether you are a fan of the start of the holiday season or not, November is a great time of year to reflect on the things you are thankful for. One thing we are all thankful for as Coloradans is nature and the access to outdoor spaces, from local city parks to deep wilderness areas. There is no substitute for nature! And it is important we all Care for Colorado by practicing Leave No Trace and educating others about these important practices. This November we are asking the Coalition to encourage people to get out and enjoy Colorado’s waters, lands and wildlife, while reminding them how to care for them too.

For general information see the Care for Colorado Coalition website: 

Give to the Colorado chapter

Colorado chapter members get a monthly newsletter and other benefits.