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The Breckenridge Fly Fishing Film Tour

EXISTS

to benefit non-profit organizations using and protecting our watersheds to enable rehabilitation of others and provide education and outdoor opportunities for under-served communities through fly fishing and related activities.

For 2024, the Board of Directors of the BreckF3T
(a 501(C)(3) non-profit, registered with the State of Colorado)
have selected these three outstanding efforts to receive the proceeds from the BreckF3T event:

Beneficiaries, please complete the following funding application request. If you are a new organization interested in receiving future funding, please submit an application prior to February 1, 2025. 

Download the document (to the left) and email a completed application and all attachments to info@breckf3t.com

The BreckF3T Board of Directors unanimously and enthusiastically voted to add stream ecology education at Summit High School as a beneficiary of the 2024 fundraising event. The BreckF3T is committed to providing ongoing equipment and material support to existing and future stream ecology coursework - independent study and offered course(s); in the lab and streamside.

Trout in the Classroom

The mission of the Blue River Watershed Group is to promote, protect and restore a healthy Blue River watershed through cooperative community education, stewardship, and resource management.

The Blue River Watershed Group (BRWG) was founded in 2004 by a group of local community members who were passionate about protecting and preserving the health of the Blue River Basin. Our mission is to promote, protect, and restore a healthy Blue River watershed through cooperative community education, stewardship, and resource management. We focus on the entire watershed, which drains an area of about 680 square miles covering all of Summit County and portions of Grand and Lake Counties. Join us in our mission to restore and protect the Blue River, a vital tributary of the Colorado River.

Blue River Watershed Group
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Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled
veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings. These monthly activities and classes are ‘no cost‘ to our veteran participants. The Colorado Alpine program has amazing volunteers and sponsors who help us equip and teach our participants to become independent anglers.

The Colorado Alpine Program supports veteran participants from Summit, Park, Grand, Lake & Eagle Counties
    • Year-long instruction, monthly meetings
       - Fly fishing
       - Fly tying
       - Fly rod building
       - Fly casting classes
    • Fly fishing outings (May-Nov) – one day, multiple day, in state/out of state

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