Resource Central provides free tool rentals, building materials to help families impacted by Marshall Fire

BOULDER – Resource Central, a conservation-focused nonprofit, is providing free tool rentals and $100 worth of building materials for free to neighbors whose homes were damaged by the Marshall Fire. People with extra building materials collecting dust in their garages are asked to donate them to help families impacted by the fire. Resource Central is

Standing Up Against Injustice

It’s been 57 years since Martin Luther King, Jr delivered his historic “I Have A Dream” speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC. It was during those tumultuous times that Dr. King declared “we refuse to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt”. Today, with the worldwide protests calling out

Earth Day: Now More Than Ever

On behalf of the team at Resource Central, we sincerely hope that this Earth Day message finds you and your loved ones healthy and comforted by the rejuvenation that comes with the springtime. We are filled with gratitude by the outpouring of support for our staff and conservation programs throughout this crisis. Over the past

Resource Central’s COVID-19 Response: Putting Conservation and Safety into Action

UPDATED: APRIL. 13, 2022 Resource Central is prioritizing health and safety for staff and program participants in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are closely monitoring CDC & public health department guidance and are actively incorporating their recommendations into our conservation programs and operations: Water Conservation Programs: Resource Central is ramping up for a successful

Unearth the Turf: Outdoor Water Savings

So, you’ve decided to cut back on your indoor water use – by upgrading your toilet, swapping out showerheads, shutting off the faucets when brushing, and however else possible. That’s great, but Coloradans on average use about 50 percent of their water outdoors on a yearly basis. For perspective, visualize a long trip across the

Replacing Turf with a Low-Water Garden

Here in Colorado, we live in a high desert climate where water is a hot commodity. 80% of our population lives on the Eastern Slope of the Rocky Mountains while only 20% of Colorado’s water is actually available there. With populations expected to multiply in the Front Range in the coming years, we need to