About Next 100 Colorado

Next 100 Colorado is committed to the establishment of a just and inclusive parks and public lands system. An inclusive approach to public lands over the next 100 years must be driven by three guiding principles: reflect the faces of our country, respect all cultures, and actively engage all people.

We Offer:

  • Community

    A space where people of color and grassroots organizations that primarily work with people of color can find community and inspiration 

  • Allyship

    A place where allies and accomplices can identify ways to support colleagues and commuties. 

  • Transformation

    A vehicle through which we can launch projects that build an outdoor culture and industry that serves and celebrates everyone 


Our Current Projects


Mentorship Program

In Summer 2020, Next 100 Colorado will launch a pilot mentorship program for leaders working in outdoor recreation, conservation, and public lands management.

Stay tuned for more information!

Our Members

Next 100 Colorado is a coalition of civil rights, environmental justice, conservation and community-based organizations and individuals in the state. To learn more about our members, check out our Next 100 Colorado Member Spotlight Series.

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Next 100 Colorado is facilitated and coordinated by the Keystone Policy Center.

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Support Next 100 Colorado

Next 100 Colorado is supported by funding from Great Outdoors Colorado and New Belgium and hard work and in-kind resources from our members. We welcome additional financial support. 


©2020 by Next 100 Colorado. Photos provided by James Mills, Janelle Paciencia, Hispanic Access Foundation, and Continental Divide Trail Coalition.