Weaselskin’s mission is to implement programs and research changes in the following tracks:
● Wildlife habitat and archaeological conservation easements and conservation studies
● Equine experiential education and equine therapy
● Athletic, health and wellbeing lifestyle enrichment and education
● Sustainable agricultural and forest product production while engaging ‘at risk’ youth, veterans and other in need populations
● Energy research and development of renewable resources involving Colorado entrepreneurs
● Local collaboration of for‐profit land management and non‐profit human service organizations
The goal that you aid in acheiving: is saving and having access to 800 irreplaceable acres of agricultural land and old growth pinon/juniper forest that are now protecting Ancient Puebloan archaeological sites and wildlife dense riparian habitat along the Animas River.
Why does it matter? The act of conserving the wildlife corridor, archaeological sites and open space is vital to the ecological wellbeing of the Animas river watershed as well as the real and spiritual beauty of this area of Colorado. Weaselskin is conserving this land with a purpose that matters to those presently in need of the educational, research and human service activities; that matters to those in the past whose artifacts and community mores are not to be destroyed and forgotten; that matters to those in the future who will be thankful for the establishment of a socially conscious business model that re‐establishes a connection to the land with the connection we have to one another and our communities.