Learn · Preserve · Enjoy

The Glacier View Meadows Ecology Team offers a way for each of us to keep our beautiful world healthy, balanced, and resilient.

We inherit a corner Larimer County that is rich in forest and mountain, teeming in wildlife, splendid in year-around displays of grasses and flowers.

We’re committed to enjoying it and conserving it.

Serving our Community.

The Ecology Team has four areas we focus on for our planning and volunteering.

Demonstration GardenTrail SystemWeed Management ProgramSpeaker Series

We Communicate.

The land we live in continues to teach us what we need to know to live in harmony. Our job is to remain open to its lessons, and to pass along what we learn to each new generation of neighbors.

We distribute information in as many ways as we can imagine. Here’s what to look for from us:

  • New homeowners’ packets.
  • Brochures.
  • Special mailings.
  • Information Displays at our HOA Annual Meetings.
  • Materials at the GVM HOA Office.
  • The GVM website.
  • The Glacier Viewpoint newsletter.
  • This website, GVMEcology.com.
  • Our activity blog.
  • Posting events and news on NextDoor.
  • Posting events and news on Facebook.

Join us.

Whether you’re new to our mountain neighborhood or have lived here years, whether you live with us year around or enjoy seasonal visits, you’re welcome to be a part of our team.

April through October, we meet once each month for planning, conversations, and educational programs.

We’re at The Mountain Meetin’ Place, adjoining the utility shops across from the mailboxes at Gate 8. Like clockwork, we’re there the second Tuesdays of each month, at 5:30 in the late afternoon.

And of course we have ongoing projects–come join a work team, for a morning or a season.

Connect with us!

Any questions? Want to be put on our mailing list? Send your requests and we’ll get right back with you.

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