SPRING IS HERE! Preschoolers from the Mancos Early Learning Center planting broccoli seeds. This fun activity was followed by an awesome tasting of broccoli and kale chips. Photo Courtesy of Montezuma School to Farm Project NEWS AND UPDATES Hello MVR Supporters: [...]
PLEASE GIVE TO MANCOS VALLEY RESOURCES Dear Friends of MVR: Its Giving Tuesday, a day that is recognized around the world for the power of giving back. Our 19 projects are committed to helping the residents of the Mancos Valley. A donation to Mancos Valley Resources will directly benefit the community by supporting our friends and neighbors as well keeping [...]
THE SPIRIT OF GIVING The staff at Alpacka Raft wrapping presents at the new Giving Tree Headquarters in Mancos. The Giving Trees were located at P&D Grocery, Zuma Natural Foods, Dolores State Bank, Columbine Bar, Mancos Public Library, Absolute Bakery & Cafe, and Artisans of Mancos. Dear Friends: As 2019 comes to a close, MVR [...]
MVR Board Directors (l to r, back row) Vice President Lizzy Scully, Secretary Clara Martinez, President Tim Hunter, Brad Finch, Patricia Burke and Kim Campbell. (l to r, inside row) Marie Chiarizia, Rachael Marchbanks, Treasurer Dan Whitehead, and Administrator Kim Cox.) Dear Friends of MVR: MVR makes an enormous impact in our community and the numbers [...]
From The Journal February 17, 2020 By Erika Alvero The Mancos Valley Resources has named its Project of the Year to be the Giving Tree. This was the 22nd year for the Mancos Giving Tree project, a holiday tradition in which local residents can pick up an ornament from trees posted around town and buy [...]
All hail the Chicken! Winter storms have made Chicken Creek Nordic a popular skiing destination this year with the volunteer grooming crew working very hard this season. Check out their Facebook page for regular updates on the conditions or to make a donation. Photo by Peter Brindamour. A Note from the Administrator... Happy New Year [...]
For the past 13 years, Betsy Harrison and Tami Graham have served on the board of directors for Mancos Valley Resources (MVR). That adds up to over 50 board meetings, thousands of group emails, countless volunteer hours and most importantly, an unwavering commitment to the Mancos Valley and its citizens. Their dedication and vision have [...]
This free event was instituted in 2009 in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. whose great accomplishments as an activist made him the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement.
This Farmers’ Market strives to provide affordable, locally grown, seasonally available produce as well as other locally sourced and crafted products to the residents of the Mancos Valley.