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EcoAction Partners envisions a world where people and their communities partner to enhance local self-reliance and ensure a sustainable future. Our mission is to inspire, initiate and support collaborative community actions that enhance resilient economic, environmental and social systems.
Currently, we run programs throughout the greater San Miguel County region to accomplish Greenhouse Gas reduction, focusing on Energy, Waste, and Food efforts. Our staff and volunteers actively support sustainability in our community through programs such as our Green Business Certification, Program, Truth or Dare Community Challenge, Zero Waste Teams at Telluride’s festivals (and regional events), and much more.
EcoAction Partners originated as The New Community Coalition in 2007 to implement sustainability efforts in San Miguel county. Our 501(c)3 non-profit organization is funded by the Town of Telluride, Town of Mountain Village, and San Miguel County. We have also received major funding in the past and present years from the Telluride Foundation, Faraway Foundation, Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association and San Miguel Power Association. Our name was changed to EcoAction Partners in the Spring of 2012 to emphasize our active role in the community on the forefront of San Miguel County’s sustainability initiatives.
335 W. Colorado Ave., Unit B (behind the thrift shop, next to the food bank). Click the map icon for directions.
Heather Rommel, Executive Director
Kim Wheels, Energy Programs Coordinator
Kris Holstrom, Food Programs Coordinator
Heather Brown, Media & Marketing Coordinator
Amie Martell, Truth or Dare Program Coordinator
Ashley Babcock, Green Business Program Coordinator
Elaine Fischer – San Miguel County representative
John Howe – Town of Mountain Village representative
Chris Myers – At Large
Kathy Green – At Large
Todd Brown – Town of Telluride representative
Angela Dye – At Large
Audrey Morton – At Large
Anne Brown – At Large