Come join us for The Rocky Mountain Wild Experience!
Help our wildlife biologists identify animals from our camera traps. Use technology to “fly” over Wolf Creek pass to see how development will destroy the wildlife movement corridor. Visit Gunnison sage-grouse habitat threatened by oil and gas development. Gear up to become a citizen scientist and get your photo taken by a wildlife camera. And more!
Join our staff for a fun-filled evening of activities, all while watching the sunset over Denver and the Rocky Mountains from the 32nd floor of a downtown skyscraper. Dine on wildlife-friendly vegetarian and vegan tapas. Enjoy a complimentary drink in your commemorative Keep the Eeep! pint glass. And don’t forget to bid on items in “The Most Awesome Environmental Silent Auction in the Front Range.” All proceeds go toward our work to protect biodiversity in the Rockies.
When: Thursday, October 11, 6:00-9:00 pm
Where: CBRE Heart/Pub, 1225 17th St, Denver, CO 80202
Tickets: Ticket prices range from $35-60. Get your tickets today!
Students and professional under the age of 35: $35 advanced tickets
RMW members at the Supporting level and above: $40 advanced tickets
Standard tickets: $50 advanced tickets
Tickets will be $60 at the door.
We will be offering Pay It Forward tickets again this year – where you can help pay for the cost of someone who may not otherwise be able to afford it.
If you would like to attend, but can’t afford a ticket, please contact Chris to see if any Pay It Forward tickets are available for you to claim. You can also volunteer for two hours and get in free!
This year, we are also trying to keep it greener by providing our Keep the Eep! glasses for purchase! The glasses are $5 each and will help fund our Front Range Pika Project work. Buy yours when you purchase your ticket or at the door (while supplies last).
Rocky Mountain Wild has been on the forefront of many conservation projects, including conserving the sagebrush habitat for the greater sage-grouse, working with the Denver Zoo on the Front Range Pika Project to study the habitat and activities of the American pika, working toward the development of the I-70 Wild Byway, and protecting Wolf Creek Pass from development.
Silent Auction Donors:
Every year, we try to put together “The Most Awesome Environmental Silent Auction on the Front Range.” Check out this handy icon guide to see why these are the most awesome environmental businesses in the area!
Want to donate something to the silent auction? Contact Chris Talbot Heindl at email@example.com.
There are various levels of sponsorship that come with great benefits, including: informational table at the event, verbal recognition during the event program, your name and logo promoted at the event, ad space in the program distributed at the event, tickets to the event, and more! Check out the complete details in the Sponsorship Packet or Silent Auction Packet.
If you would like to become a sponsor or donate something for the silent auction, please contact Chris Talbot Heindl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Planning Committee for this event are: Katrina Loewy, Tehri Parker, Erica Prather, and Chris Talbot-Heindl.
If you would like to become a member of the Planning Committee, please contact Chris Talbot Heindl at email@example.com.