MCWC Board:

The board manages the Council’s day to day activities, organizes the stakeholder meetings, and provides direction for the Council through its leadership. 

Angie Fowler - SGM

Angie Fowler - SGM

Bruce Kime

Bruce Kime

Board President: Donna Gray 

Board President: Donna Gray 

Hannah Klausman - City of Glenwood Springs

Hannah Klausman - City of Glenwood Springs

Jared Emmert - City of Rifle

Jared Emmert - City of Rifle

Liza Mitchell - Roaring Fork Conservancy

Liza Mitchell - Roaring Fork Conservancy

Maria Pastore

Maria Pastore

Board Vice President: Morgan Hill - Garfield County Public Health

Board Vice President: Morgan Hill - Garfield County Public Health

Board Treasurer: Trent Mahaffey - City of Glenwood Springs

Board Treasurer: Trent Mahaffey - City of Glenwood Springs

Oni Butterfly

Oni Butterfly

 

Our Committees:

The TAC

The Technical Advisory Committee or "TAC" is comprised of local water experts, community members, and project managers. The TAC oversees the MCWC's current projects, advises on future projects and provides insight for best management practices. Please contact us if you would like to get more information. 

O&E Committee

The Outreach and Education Committee includes MCWC staff, community supporters, and board members interested in planning events, outreach efforts, and setting up educational opportunities through the MCWC. The committee organizes our annual Film Festival, River Clean-Up and Glenwood Canyon Bike Tour. Please contact us if you would like more information about the committee.

The RRAG

The Riparian Restoration Advisory Group is made up of staff, board of directors, and riparian restoration experts including land managers, federal government employees, water engineers, and leaders in stream management. Contact us if you would like to share you knowledge of riparian restoration and join this committee.

 

The Middle Colorado Watershed Council includes both a broad stakeholders group and, as of December 2013, a Board of Directors (BOD). Following considerable research and discussion, the original governing body, the Leadership Committee, recommended that the Council formalize itself as a not-for-profit entity under Colorado law. Advantages to incorporation are that it provides for an on-going, clear method of internal decision-making and self-governance, allows the Council to accept grant monies and donations directly, and necessitates independent financial planning and management. Copies of the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws are available upon request.