Our Partners

We are so grateful to our MIC partners! MIC partners are groups or individuals who are dedicated to getting youth in Montezuma County outdoors. Partners support the coalition by providing programming and trainings and engaging with other partners on a regular basis through meetings and work groups.

To provide the community with the opportunity to participate in quality recreational programs and to enjoy well maintained parks, facilities and golf course.

Dolores River Boating Advocates protects and enriches the recreational and ecological values of the Dolores River through advocacy, stewardship and education.

Empower the youth in our community by fostering a lifelong passion for cycling.

Horses and people working together to foster healthier communities. Uses Equine assisted therapy and growth learning programs to aid participants to gain confidence, pro social skills, or to increase mobility and balance.

An innovative land trust working to protect lands and reconnect community to our natural world in the stunning southwest corner of Colorado.

Unite our local agricultural heritage with our growing future by engaging students at the crossroads of sustainable agriculture, resource conservation, health and economics through educational experiences in outdoor garden classes, on field trips and summer farm camps.

Dedicated to the responsible use and preservation of the San Juan Mountains, educational programs, publications, and volunteer projects, as well as interpretive services.

SCYC strives to serve all youth in Montezuma and Dolores counties, helping them learn the skills needed to become happy, thriving adults. SCYC coordinates Youth Leadership Council, Middle School Life Skills, and Gear Lending Library. As well as managing 21st Century Community Learning Center programming at Southwest Open School, Montezuma-Cortez High School & Middle School, and Mancos RE-6 School District.

A conservation service programs that foster inclusive opportunities and collaborative partnerships for positive growth through development of knowledge, leadership, and compassion towards our lands and communities.