PO Box 123
Lake City, Colorado 81235
Phone (970) 944-LFVC

Meetings:
Regular meetings the first Thursday of every month at 9:00 am,
Coursey Annex- 311 North Henson Street, Lake City, CO

For more information please email-
info@lfvc.org
or visit their website Lake Fork Valley Conservancy- www.lfvc.org
Referenced from www.lfvc.org, click on the website for more information.

Our Mission
Lake Fork Valley Conservancy seeks to sustain and enhance the
environmental and rural character of the Lake Fork of the Gunnison
River valley through education, restoration, and stewardship.

Our Vision
It is our vision that the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River drainage be a
healthy watershed that is defined by a balance of resource
conservation, economic opportunity, recreational activities and
community values. The health of the watershed will be sustained,
protected and improved by a broad-based partnership of an educated
citizenry, nonprofit groups and governmental entities.

Join Us
Join us in the preservation of wild resources for future generations; in
being a part of the beauty that surrounds us; in preserving one of
Colorado's last frontiers.  

The Lake Fork Valley Conservancy's technical advisory committee meets
regularly on the first Thursday of each month at 9 a.m. in the Coursey
Annex, Hinsdale County office complex.
Board Members

Lyn Lampert -
President

Barbara Hite -
Vice President

Bernie Krystyniak -
Treasurer

Phillip Virden -
Chair, Resource Dev.
Committee

Steve LaGrone

Harvey DuChene

Konrad Rock

Executive Director
Camille Richard
3 years of Americorps Vistas with the Lake Fork Valley Conservancy, all
happy that there is no Canada Thistle to be found in American Basin!
This is the enemy,
Circium Arvense!
Lake Fork Valley Conservancy