The Big Thompson Watershed Forum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit environmental organization located in Loveland, Colorado. Incorporated on December 23, 2002, the Forum addresses water quality issues by developing assessment programs that include water quality monitoring and evaluation to define priorities and to identify protection actions in the areas of mitigation, monitoring, education, and supporting reasonable water quality regulations.
The mission of the Big Thompson Watershed Forum is to support the protection and improvement of water quality in the Big Thompson Watershed through collaborative monitoring, assessment, and education/outreach projects. The Forum’s goals are to foster stakeholder teamwork in conducting watershed assessment, identify priority protection measures, educate affected interests, and promote voluntary practices that protect the Big Thompson Watershed and the quality of its waters. Water quantity issues are an integral and indispensable aspect of water quality and will be addressed as such by the Forum.