Since 1999, we have been building partnerships to protect our most important natural resource in Colorado: our water.

 

Our Mission

The Colorado Watershed Assembly supports collaborative efforts to protect and improve the conservation values of our state’s land, water, and other natural resources by providing the network to connect a diversity of interests with Colorado's watershed groups and other decision makers.

  CWA Board  and  Executive Director  (from left) Leslie Volkar, Angela Welch, Brian Epstein, Zack Smith, Casey Davenhill, Jassen Savoie, Andy Rossi and Emma Regier

CWA Board and Executive Director (from left) Leslie Volkar, Angela Welch, Brian Epstein, Zack Smith, Casey Davenhill, Jassen Savoie, Andy Rossi and Emma Regier

CWA is an example of collective impact. We work with important actors from different sectors to move outcomes. Please join us in this effort to bring nonprofits, governments, businesses, and the public together to achieve our shared goals and to count our blessings.
— Casey Davenhill, Executive Director

Some Recent Achievements

 

  • In 2015, the River Watch Program cultivated a number of new partnerships - with the US Fish and Wildife Service, the US Forest Service, Colorado Trout Unlimited, and Rotary, among other groups. 

 

  • In 2013, the Colorado Watershed Assembly assisted the Chatfield Watershed Authority by facilitating the stakeholder meeting process for the Chatfield Watershed Plan. The plan can be found on their website.