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Alpine Bank supports the Eagle Valley Land Trust for over 18 years

Alpine Bank is continuing their ongoing support of the Eagle Valley Land Trust (EVLT) by sponsoring the nonprofit’s annual Farm to Fork event. The employee-owned bank headquartered in Glenwood Springs, Colorado operates in communities across the state from the Front Range to Western Slope. 

“As a local bank we believe in supporting local nonprofits. Our core values of independence, integrity, community, compassion and loyalty align with the ongoing conservation and community work that Eagle Valley Land Trust provides to the Eagle Valley,” Betsy Wood said. 

 

Since 2005, Alpine Bank has proudly sponsored the following Eagle Valley Land Trust events: 

 

  • 2005 Special Event Shindig 
  • 2006 Special Event Shindig 
  • 2007 Special Event Shindig 
  • 2008 Special Event Shindig 
  • 2009 Evergreen Ball 
  • 2010 Evergreen Ball 
  • 2015 Cow Patty Bingo 
  • 2016 Cow Patty Bingo 
  • 2017 Cow Patty Bingo 
  • 2018 Farm to Fork 
  • 2018 Cow Patty Bingo 
  • 2019 Farm to Fork 
  • 2019 Restoration Hiking Series 
  • 2020 Farm to Fork 
  • 2021 Farm to Fork 
  • 2022 Farm to Fork 
  • 2023 Farm to Fork 

Since 2016, the EVLT Farm to Fork dinner and auction has raised funding for conservation projects within the Eagle Valley. On Wednesday, August 23 the gathering will bring together over 180 conservationists to celebrate protecting local lands. Alpine Bank’s sponsorship will support EVLT’s ongoing conservation efforts including helping to educate the community about the benefits of conserving the rural character of the Eagle Valley.

“We are grateful for our long term partnership with Alpine Bank. Their generosity helps us to conserve and steward the lands we all love,” Jessica Foulis said.

Formed in 1973, Alpine Bank is celebrating their 50th anniversary. They currently serve more than 170,000 customers with online and mobile banking, deposit accounts, loan financing, and wealth management services. Their total assets are more than $6.3 billion. They also have a 5-star rating from BauerFinancial, an independent organization that analyzes and rates financial institutions’ performance in the U.S. – meaning their customers receive superior banking performance and services. 

Visit the Alpine Bank website to learn more about their offerings and the benefits of banking with Alpine Bank.

 

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