SOSVV is extremely grateful and honored to be one of the recipients of the Patagonia Retail Environmental grant! It’s a game changer.
Just in time for Valentine’s! These His‘ & Her’s Down sweaters are scrumptious! We are so grateful to Patagonia Pearl Street Boulder staff– for their generous donation of 2 Down Sweaters just in time for Spring & to benefit Save Our St Vrain Valley! Check out our online silent auction SOSVV LOVE or on Facebook and don’t forget to Bid & Share Share Share the LOVE. These will make you & your love feel warm & fuzzy, look amazing, and helps protect the last mountain river valley in the front range– Our St Vrain Valley!
Bid at Charity Auctions NOW– auction ends at midnight on February 13th. You may try on Patagonia Down Sweaters at The Mountain Fountain– winner will be notified by SOSVV and may pick up items on Valentine’s Day at The Mountain Fountain.
The agricultural open space and recreational opportunities in and around Hygiene and Lyons are cherished by many, but may soon be dramatically affected by an intensive surface mining operation, possibly lasting until 2033 . A Special Use permit issued two decades ago could allow the mining of 400+ acres in the geologically unique St. Vrain Valley. Residents and visitors to the area may experience potentially serious health effects; the compromised availability and quality of water; environmental issues affecting wildlife and habitat; and community impacts such as traffic congestion from trucks and trains, as well as noise and light pollution.
Save Our St. Vrain Valley (S.O.S.V.V.) is a community of concerned citizens. WE NEED YOUR HELP. Please join us if you are:
- A resident of Hygiene, Longmont, Lyons, or the vicinity
- A commuter along the Ute Hwy (Hwy 66) or Foothills Hwy (Hwy 36)
- A cyclist, runner, equestrian, birdwatcher, sportsman, or photographer
- A farmer, rancher, gardener, or beekeeper
- An ally for the environmental protection of Colorado’s Front Range
This site will be updated as we receive information and have announcements to share. Be sure to visit and like our Facebook page as well.
For background on the current gravel mining site plan, see our page on Martin Marietta’s Special Use Permit.