Local nonprofits Resource Central and Eco-Cycle break ground on facility improvements at 6400 Arapahoe BOULDER – February 16, 2021 – Local residents helping to reduce waste will see significant improvements coming to Boulder’s recycling and reuse facilities at 6400 Arapahoe Road. Resource Central, the conservation-focused nonprofit which operates a building material reuse program, and
UPDATED: AUG. 11, 2021 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
BOULDER, CO – Families with extra garden tools or unneeded power tools are encouraged to donate them for community members in need. Resource Central, a conservation-focused nonprofit based in Boulder, encourages community members to donate them at its building materials reuse facility at 6400 Arapahoe in Boulder. Tools in good condition will be made available
Whether it’s for your garden, or your rain barrel, it’s always good to know how much rain you actually received. Rainfall is extremely variable; as you’ve probably witnessed, it could be raining across the street but not on you. You may also know that the amount reported on the news comes from Denver International Airport
Resource Central’s Turf Replacement program was born in 2016 when the City of Lafayette wanted to help residents decrease their outdoor water use. More recently, the program has grown into new communities like Thornton and Boulder. After one year and over 40 successful turf transformations in the Thornton Water district, Heather, a water resource analyst with
As Colorado families start their sprinklers for the season, a local nonprofit is kicking off a new initiative to ensure families don’t get soaked by soggy landscapes and leaky fixtures. Resource Central, a nonprofit based in Boulder, has launched H2Own It — a new water conservation initiative to engage thousands of Colorado residents with easy
Center for ReSource Conservation, Eco-Cycle, and Boulder County partner for Earth Day water conservation & recycling event April 22-23 BOULDER COUNTY – April 19, 2016 – This Earth Day, hundreds of local families will trade in their old, water-wasting toilets for new, high-efficiency models saving millions gallons of water. It’s part of a new water
The Center for ReSource Conservation is teaming up with Boulder’s Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research to transform leading environmental science into actionable conservation for our community. Learn about climate change with INSTAAR’s Jim White and join CRC’s key stakeholders in a conversation about what we can do to preserve and inspire a thriving planet.
What can I do for Earth Day? The possibilities for getting involved are endless! Volunteer. Go to a festival. Install solar panels on your roof. Organize an event in your community. Change a habit. Help launch a community garden. Communicate your priorities to your elected representatives. Do something nice for the Earth, have fun, meet
Shop at ReSource from February 6th -16th and receive 25% off everything in the warehouse and yard. Help us reach our sale’s diversion goal of 100,000 lbs by reclaiming more, while spending less. See our ad in the Boulder Weekly for more information!