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10th annual Colorado Environmental Film Festival: Attend, Volunteer, Spread the Word!


Please join me!!!! You can buy tickets in advance at certain Whole Foods stores. Visit for locations and details.

Or volunteer:

We’re using VolunteerSpot (the leading online Sign-up and reminder tool) to organize our upcoming Sign-ups for the 10th Annual Colorado Environmental Film Festival February 18-20, 2016.

Here’s how it works in 3 easy steps:

1) Click this link to see our Sign-up on VolunteerSpot:

2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.

3) Sign up! It’s Easy – you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on VolunteerSpot.

Note: VolunteerSpot does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact ceffchair and we can sign you up manually.


Colorado Environmental Film Festival adds Category for Young Film Makers; Students invited to Review the Films

On Friday, February 19, 2016, the Colorado Environmental Film Festival shows films for and/or by youth. Teachers are invited to bring classes, at no charge, from 9-12, or from 12:30 -2:30. The line- up of films is still unknown, as we are still screening submissions. Target ages of students: 5th-12th grade. Location: Colorado Mountaineering Center, Golden, CO.

This is a call for film submissions and an invitation to bring your students to learn about our environment through video: entertaining, educational and inspirational. Filmmakers will be on hand to discuss their films and passions.

We’ll send out registration information in January. Stay tuned, monitor our webpage ( or email me-we’ll contact you later with details.

The Colorado Environmental Film Festival (CEFF) announces the annual Call for Entries, open now through November 15, 2015.

More details at Pass the word….

CEFF seeks unique and meaningful films that aim to inspire, educate, and call to action. The largest environmental film festival between the coasts, celebrates their tenth annual festival taking place February 18-20, 2016 in downtown Golden, Colorado. Filmmakers of all abilities and backgrounds are invited to submit their films in the categories of Short Films, Feature Length Films and Youth Submission for filmmakers under 19 years of age.

Colorado Environmental Film Festival prefers online entries submitted via, which provides cost-saving, paperless submission to film festivals around the world. Withoutabox’s internet-only submission platform features online applications via one master entry form, online fee payments, press kits, and the option to use Secure Online Screeners, an economical, eco-friendly, and secure alternative to traditional hard-copy DVD submissions.

Fill out one master entry form and take advantage of quick entry, extended deadlines, and powerful submission management tools. There’s no extra cost to you, and by submitting, you’ll join Withoutabox’s global filmmaker community and stay in the loop about international exhibition opportunities.

Deadlines and entry fees:
Early bird – August 15th, 2015 – Price: Regular $30.00 – Student/Youth/Colorado Filmmaker – $20.00
Regular – September 15th, 2015 – Price: Regular $40.00 – Student/Youth/Colorado Filmmaker – $25.00
Late – October 30th, 2015 – Price: Regular $50.00 – Student/Youth/Colorado Filmmaker – $30.00
Extended – November 15th, 2015 – Price: Regular $60.00 – Student/Youth/Colorado Filmmaker – $45.00

Submit your film today!

Sustainable Summits: The International Mountain Conference on Environmental Practices

The American Alpine Club (AAC), in collaboration with Denali National Park will host this event at the Mountaineering Center in Golden Colorado July 20-23.


Registration for the Sustainable Summits Conference, July 20-24, is open to all individuals interested in mountain sustainability, as well as those seeking training and professional networking opportunities.  For conference information and online registration go to


Roger Robinson, conference co-director

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Stage 7 of USA Pro Challenge Decided: Boulder through Golden to Denver. 3 Bike Epicenters in 1 Day

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Final Stage of 2014 USA Pro Challenge will Take Riders Through
Iconic Parts of Colorado from Boulder through Golden to Denver
Fans Helped Shape Stage 7 of America’s Most Difficult Professional Cycling RaceDenver (Dec. 18, 2013) – The fans have spoken, and Stage 7 of the 2014 USA Pro Challenge professional cycling race will take riders from Boulder through Golden and over Lookout Mountain, finishing with three circuits around Downtown Denver. Just more than a month after the announcement of the first six stages and hearing the opinion of fans as to where Stage 7 should travel, the final day’s route has been determined.“The 2014 USA Pro Challenge is going to be the most exciting year yet,” said Rick Schaden, owner of the USA Pro Challenge. “Boulder, Golden and Denver have been such great hosts over the history of the race, so we decided to work them all into the final day of competition. These three iconic Colorado cycling locations are going to create one grand finale!”

Beginning in Boulder, which served as the Stage 6 finish in 2012, the race will travel through Golden, which saw record crowds as a start city in 2012, and finish with three laps around the State’s Capitol, which has served as the finish location every year of the race. The day also incorporates an incredibly challenging and fan-favorite climb on Lookout Mountain.

“Cycling fans are so passionate and such an important part of the sport, so we decided to give them a voice in the route selection process,” said Shawn Hunter, CEO of the USA Pro Challenge. “We wanted to try something new this year and by incorporating fan feedback we have come up with what is going to be an incredible final day of racing.”

Taking place Aug. 18-24, the host cities and stages of the 2014 USA Pro Challenge include:
• Stage 1: Monday, Aug. 18 – Aspen and Snowmass Village Circuit Race
• Stage 2: Tuesday, Aug. 19 – Aspen to Mt. Crested Butte
• Stage 3: Wednesday, Aug. 20 – Gunnison to Monarch Mountain (mountaintop finish)
• Stage 4: Thursday, Aug. 21 – Colorado Springs Circuit Race
• Stage 5: Friday, Aug. 22 – Woodland Park to Breckenridge
• Stage 6: Saturday, Aug. 23 – Vail Individual Time Trial
• Stage 7: Sunday, Aug. 24 – Boulder to Denver

Additional details regarding the start and finish locations of the 2014 race, as well as the specific, detailed route will be announced in the spring.

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