Learn about our Watershed Expedition Series. International filmmaker and outdoorsman, Ken Bailey, gave a wonderful talk on July 10, 2014 at the Wilkinson Public in Telluride. Read more...
Telluride Literary Arts is one stop shopping for a host of events and classes focused on creative writing. Check out upcoming events here.
Telluride Literary Arts held its first annual Literary Arts Fest from May 15 - May 18. Check out the full schedule here.
The 33rd Annual Mushroom Festival is August 15 - 19, 2014. Keynotes and special guests include Gary Lincoff, Maxine Stone, Robert Rogers, Taylor Lockwood, Langdon Cook, John Holliday, and many others...
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The Telluride Institute (TI) has partnered with the Aspen International Mountain Foundation (AIMF) to launch Vertex--a project dedicated to promoting sustainable development in the world's mountain regions.
The Telluride Institute provides support for the 2013 Exhibition at the Telluride Historical Museum. Read More...
Check out the latest news and events for our Watershed Education Program (WEP) by clicking HERE. We provide hands-on experiences for kids living in the San Miguel River watershed and beyond. And check out the Final Reports written by high school students involved with the Bridal Veil Living Classroom. Read the article on the Clothing Drive for the Snow Science overnights.
Check out this YouTube "Thank You Video" from the Telluride Mountain School kids. Thanks to Laura Kudo for organizing an historic tour all along the San Miguel River watershed--from the one room school house in Placerville to the Rimrocker Museum in Naturita.
The Telluride Institute is an innovative non-profit organization that fosters the transition to a sustainable world. We work with communities, businesses, and the public sector to create and advance real solutions that support the health of environments, cultures, and economies. We collaborate with leading artists, scientists, and educators to map a progressive future.