Center for ReSource Conservation is now Resource Central

We’re excited to announce that the nonprofit Center for ReSource Conservation has shortened our name to Resource Central. It reflects how we’ve become a community hub for high-impact conservation programs, helping nearly 500,000 families improve their homes, conserve natural resources, and save money. And we’re just getting started. We’re seeing significant growth in our programs because Read More

Time to Take out That Thirsty Turf?

  By: Darren Nowels, Water Programs Manager: Audit and Retrofit Programs After a long summer of keeping your grass green and paying seemingly endless water bills, you might be pondering alternatives to parts of your lawn that go unused or have been tough to keep alive. If that’s you, then you’re probably curious as to what options are Read More

Share Your Story: How Do You Resource?

Have you built something with materials at ReSource? Have you grown a low-water Garden In A Box? Or do you conserve energy, water, or materials in a creative way? We want to hear about it! Share your story on our Facebook page (and Like us!) by posting a photo or brief video about how you help conserve natural Read More

Xeriscape seminar series & Garden In A Box program launch March 6

For Immediate Release BOULDER – 3/6/2017 – Local residents with water-wasting lawns – or those who just want to lower their water bills – are invited to attend one of the free upcoming Water-Wise Landscape Seminars in Boulder County. The nonprofit Center for ReSource Conservation, based in Boulder, is offering the educational sessions in collaboration Read More

ReSource lumber gets hammered, not wasted

For Immediate Release BOULDER – August 17, 2016 – Nailed and unwanted, thousands of tons of framing lumber, planks, and studs collect in dusty woodpiles every year — until they are discarded in landfills, never to be heard from again. But the Center for ReSource Conservation has launched a new effort to keep high-quality lumber Read More

Watershed Summit finds thirst for conservation, collaboration

DENVER – June 9, 2016 – Even with its soaring population Colorado has more than enough water, but only if it manages it wisely. That was a recurring theme from the second annual Watershed Summit 2016, which took place today at Denver Botanic Gardens. With more than 250 water industry leaders participating, speakers shared insights Read More