Keystone Bluegrass and Beer is a proud supporter of High Country Conservation Center whose grassroots efforts and programs support waste reduction, recycling, energy conservation, and green building in our mountain community.
The High Country Conservation Center (HC3) has protected Summit County’s mountain environment for more than 40 years. A community-based non-profit, HC3 tackles climate change by helping homeowners and businesses add solar power. Efficiency programs prevent harmful carbon pollution and save our local water resources. Recycling rules vary across the state, and to reduce waste, HC3 teaches residents and visitors how to recycle locally. Learn more and get involved at HighCountryConservation.org.
Want to volunteer at Bluegrass and Beer Festival? We have a volunteer shift for everyone! From checking in guests, helping with kid's crafts, attending to brewery tents, and manning zero waste stations, there's something for everyone! Sign up to volunteer today!