For nearly two decades the Sustainable Living Association has been at the forefront of the sustainable living and lifestyle movement in our region. As a community working collectively, our impact continues to grow through outreach and education.
We are a non-profit organization committed to applying vision and expertise towards a sustainable future for all. We are a solution driven organization with the distinguishing quality to move people towards powerful and profound choices in an effort to stave off complacence about issues affecting our world.
Our educational programs and events offer creative challenges, delivering valuable, long-term benefits for a wide range of community interests that improve the relationship between people and the planet.
DAYS WE WORK
YEARS IN BUSINESS
Kellie's natural interests in creating a balanced world between human development, our respect for the environment and social responsibility have become her professional journey.
Jacob’s economic development work began at the Northern Colorado Economic Development Corporation and it continues as Economic Development Manager at the Larimer County Workforce Center.
Matt has been a member of Fort Collins Utilities’ “Core Sustainability Team” since 2008 working to develop a culture of sustainability within the organization.
Through her work with the City of Fort Collins, Lindsay leads the implementation of the Climate Action Plan goals, which has engaged over 70 staff members and almost 50 citizens on a regular basis.
Corey Odell is the Sustainability Coordinator at Odell Brewing. Corey grew up in the beer industry and started working at Odell Brewing while earning her ecology degree at the University of Colorado.
Silencia Cox is the inspiration for, and now CEO of Motherlove Herbal Company, a family business that began in a Colorado Rockies meadow and has grown into an international leading manufacturer of organic herbal products
Before joining Bike Fort Collins, Chris held key executive, technical, and communications positions, and led bid-writing for the 2013 and 2015 USA Pro Challenge NoCo stages.
Richard has a rich history of experience in sustainable development.
As an educational non-profit organization, the Sustainable Living Association appeals to all of us as users of the earth’s natural resources. SLA targets those interested in, curious about, or deeply involved in sustainable living options.
As educated community members, we can each reduce the impact on our environment by developing sustainable lifestyles. Living a sustainable lifestyle ensures that social, environmental and economic systems offer a healthy and meaningful life for our citizens, without compromising these factors for future generations.
The Sustainability Leadership Program provided me with the tools and practical knowledge to make system changes within my organization. This training has been an invaluable experience for my career.
The leadership program offers a multidisciplinary approach to rethink the purpose of businesses, non-profits and institutions.
SLA provides useful and relevant programs that demonstrate actionable ideas that we can each use to live in better harmony with our environment.
The Sustainable Leadership Program has insightful, market-based education to help local leaders within the community drive impact through sustainability. I am impressed with the high level speakers, educational content, and interactive on-site learning that helps everyone involved collaborate and share best practices.