Our Mission: To improve the resilience, safety and ecological health of the Big Thompson River to ensure the economic, agricultural, recreational and natural resources of the watershed for the benefit of its people, public and private lands, and the environment.

NRCS/Larimer County/BTWC collaborative project pages links:

North Fork of the Big Thompson River at Drake Glen Haven NRCS Emergency Watershed Protection (EWP) Program: Information about the Glen Haven Projects
Lower Canyon (Cedar Cove through Top of the Narrows) Design Project Waltonia/Mountain Shadow/West of Drake Area Projects
More About the EWP Projects: Colorado Emergency Watershed Protection Program Website

West Loveland Area Projects

Breaking News – most recent posts

  • Beer for the Pier Volunteers Needed - Our Beer for the Pier event is March 8, 2017, at the Big Thompson Brewery in Loveland. Volunteer assistance is needed for the following: · Hanging flyers around town (Loveland, Estes, and surrounding communities) · Soliciting donations for the auction · Event set up (4 -5 pm) and clean up … Continue reading
  • Feb 17, Fox Creek Construction Update - Fox Creek construction continued into the week of February 13 with the construction crew working four days a week. We continued work on the Matlock, Parmelee, Cuthbertson, Jackson, Glen Haven Assn., and Youth United properties from project STA 28+62 to STA 40+71. We will complete work items at these locations … Continue reading
  • Mar 8, 2017 Beer for the Pier Launch Event – Join Us! - Back to Rebuild the Pier Page

More Breaking News…


Jan 2017 WS Coordinator Staff Report
Tracy Wendt & CSU Students
Summer 2016: CSU students toured the Big Thompson watershed to better understand social aspects of river restoration projects.
36 Trucks of Topsoil
Thank You to our 2016 Donors

See the Big Thompson Watershed Coalition Facebook page for stories and updates.

How to Donate to the BTWC – 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization

Tax-deductible donations:

Checks: Payable to Big Thompson Watershed Coalition
Mail to: Big Thompson Watershed Coalition
c/o Shayna Jones
2525 West First St.
Loveland, CO 80537

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