Local Impact Stories

Planetary impact is hard to see in real time. Local impact is much easier to illustrate. The positive efforts at a community level can lead to meaningful global change. Here is one example of Conserve at work in the Colorado community.

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Maintained 20.6 miles of existing trail and built 2.5 miles of new trail
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Built and repaired over 3,300 feet of fencing
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Thinned 5.5 acres to keep forests healthy
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Restored 20 acres burned by the Elephant Butte Fire
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Conserve partnered with Volunteers of Colorado as a Season Long Sponsor. Through Colorado’s Circle K Conserve fill-ups we were able to sponsor 823 volunteers as stewards in Colorado for many projects throughout the state. They completed 56 outdoor projects in 36 areas of Colorado. The results: in a tough year the Volunteers of Colorado team, with sponsors support, was able to make a difference at the local level and protect many trail systems from erosion, repair fencing, mitigate invasive weeds, keep 5.5 acres of forests thriving and restore 20 acres that had been burned by the Elephant Butte Fire.

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(Disclaimer) The Circle K Conserve Reduced Emissions Program was live in Colorado from November 2019 – February 2021. Circle K continues to strive for new sustainability goals while keeping their team as a top priority.