The San Juan Mountains Association is Celebrating 30 Years of local public lands Conservation Education and Stewardship.
Join us on September 20, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the Durango/Silverton Railroad Grange Hall (next to the train museum) in downtown Durango for fun, food, and entertainment. Guests will be treated to a special appearance by the San Juan String Band, beer from Steamworks Brewery, and appetizers.
We’ll also be holding a silent auction to benefit SJMA’s Conservation Education programs.
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SJMA was created in 1988 to assist the San Juan National Forest in providing education and interpretation of public lands in Southwest Colorado. SJMA has a participating agreement with the San Juan National Forest and the Bureau of Land Management Tres Rios Field Office to develop educational programs, publications and volunteer projects, as well as provide interpretive services.