Following is a statement by Neal Lurie, President of the nonprofit Center for ReSource Conservation on the organization’s toilet upgrade program recently launched in Boulder County. “Interest in water conservation is soaring, so we’re scaling up to meet that demand. We’re doubling the number of technicians to install twice as many water-saving toilets each week.
We have had an amazing Garden In A Box season thus far, and it just keeps getting better! We have an excess of inventory left, so we have decided to have a ONE DAY ONLY END OF YEAR PLANT SALE this Saturday, May 30th at ReSource in Boulder (6400 Arapahoe Rd.) from 9am to 12pm.
As month of rain continues, Boulder nonprofit seeks building supply donations to help neighbors stay warm and dry BOULDER – May 21, 2015 – As rainy skies continue to threaten the region – and Memorial Day weekend plans — a local nonprofit seeks your help in keeping neighbors warm and dry. ReSource, a program of the
Neal Lurie to lead CRC into next phase of Innovation and Smart Growth BOULDER – May 5, 2015 – After an extensive search, the Center for ReSource Conservation (CRC) has chosen Neal Lurie as its new president effective May 6, 2015. CRC, a nonprofit social enterprise based in Boulder, helps more than 50,000 people per