Blog posts in Newsletters

October 2017 Newsletter

The Centennial Valley Association's October Newsletter is here! It is filled with gorgeous pictures that the community has taken, tons of project updates, some thank you's and farewells, and much, much more! You will find the newsletter, as well as the meeting minutes from CVA's Annual Meeting and Picnic in September, by following the links below.  As always, please share with your friends and family and don't hesitate to let us know if you have any questions.

July 2017 Newsletter

Ethan Kunard

The 2017 July Newsletter is here! In it you will find CVA updates and announcements, partner updates and announcements, and a whole lot of gorgeous pictures that out wonderful community has taken this summer. We are very lucky to have some talented photographers living in the Centennial!! 

Please feel free to share this with others who may be interested in the activities occurring in and around the Centennial Valley. You can read the newsletter here. Enjoy!

Photo Credit: Ethan Kunard

January 2017 Newsletter

Our January Newsletter is here and packed full of wonderful stories and project updates from the Centennial and from Antarctica! As always, there are many beautiful pictures, some thank you's, and a welcome to our new Big Sky Watershed Corps member, James! It is also 2017, which means time for your dues! For more information on dues, visit our Membership page. To read the January Newsletter, click here.

Thank You Wednesday!

We want to send a BIG thank you out today! Whether you gave a donation, time and skills, shared our message, or thought a happy thought for us yesterday, we are grateful and appreciate your generosity!

It's #GivingTuesday!

We are excited that Giving Tuesday is here! Today we recognize the achievements we have made over the past year and strive to continue to accomplish our mission and goals. We cannot do this without your help. Please consider supporting our locally driven conservation efforts for our Range Riders, drought resiliency work, the greater landscape and wildlife that thrive here, and our 2017 Big Sky Watershed Corps AmeriCorps member!