• Boulder Elementary scientists prepare for another experiment.  These students benefit from the new hands-on science curriculum developed by Steve Cox.  (Photo by Cheryl Cox)

    Experiencing Science at Boulder Elementary

    What is higher on the pH scale, baking soda or Alka-Seltzer?  Is vinegar an acid or a base?  Thanks to Steve Cox and his new science curriculum, these are answers that Boulder Elementary students know from experience. In… Read More

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    Our Mission Statement

    Boulder Community Alliance actively champions the unique and vibrant community of Boulder and its spectacular, fragile landscape.  

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    Call for Local Art and Photography

    The use of the above artwork, entitled “Narrative,” was generously donated by Boulder artists Amy Woodbury.  Visit her website or check out her spectacular work on display at the Burr Trail Outpost. We are currently searching for fresh photographs… Read More

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    BCA Website Gets a Facelift

    Our website is currently undergoing some exciting changes.  Please check back in daily for updates, blogs, and new photos.  If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please contact the Website Administrator at tanya@bouldercommunityalliance.org.

Home, Sweet Home

Welcome to Boulder Community Alliance, a nonprofit serving Boulder, Utah. We represent a group of interested and involved residents who think of Boulder as a precious gem. Our primary goal is to serve and protect the special qualities of the landscape and community that brought us here in the first place.

Boulder is a very small community (population under 300) located in a stunning landscape of sandstone outcroppings, green pastures, pinyon and juniper forests, and sagebrush deserts. Forest Lands, BLM, and the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument are our closest neighbors. The way in or out is over Highway 12, one of the few “All American Roads” in the nation.

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Winter in Boulder

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BUILDING COMMUNITY THROUGH COMMUNICATIONS By Peg Smith, BCA Executive Director (This article originally appeared in our newsletter, The Sage Page Volume 8, Issue 1.) Humans have opposable thumbs and communicate though language.  It’s what makes us human, right? So why… Read More

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Adopt-A-Highway

With warmer temperatures and already more traveling public, BCA is kicking off its coordinated Adopt-A-Highway campaign. Several local entities, among them the LDS ward, Boulder Town, Anasazi Museum, and the Boy Scouts, have already claimed their 2-mile segments… Read More

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Unveiling the Alliance: Answers to Your FAQs

What does Boulder Community Alliance actually do?  I must admit that, before I started working for them, I had absolutely no idea.  Yes, I knew they were involved in the removal of Russian olive.  I suspected there was… Read More

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