Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership

A nonprofit organization

Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership (GGP), on San Juan River Walk in Pagosa Springs, a volunteer- & donation-driven educational park, serving the community with environmental education, year-round vegetable production, water conservation & renewable energy. GGP manages 3 greenhouses & outdoor gardens.


"The Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership has changed the face of downtown Pagosa Springs with its visibility both physically through the development of the event site and growing domes and community engagement. The GGP Amphitheater on the River Walk has been busy all summer with community activities. GGP produce goes to local food pantries. The domes and gardens themselves attract visitors to the site displaying examples of food and energy sustainability and creative thinking. GGP inspires civic entrepreneurship, powered by its 21st century vision of sustainability."
Mary Jo Coulehan, Director of Pagosa Area Chamber of Commerce

"I've been a volunteer and donor to GGP for years. GGP is a dynamic grass-roots organization that proves that sustainability is possible in our community. I've grown vegetables, pulled weeds along the river and enjoyed the environmental film festival. I helped give educational bird walks. I'll be supporting GGP for years to come."
Addi Greer, local business owner


Our mission is to educate the community in sustainable agricultural practices by producing food year-round using local renewable energy.

Background Statement

GGP is a botanic park in downtown Pagosa Springs along the San Juan River Walk. GGP operates 3 greenhouses - the Education Dome, the Community Garden Dome, and the Innovation (aquaponic) Dome. GGP maintains an outdoor Amphitheater for community use, an ornamental Xeric Rotary Garden, and an Audubon Native Plants Garden. Our educational site is heated with geothermal energy and powered by solar energy. GGP partners with many organizations to teach environmental education, demonstrate water conservation, grow vegetables sustainably year-round, and use renewable energy.

Organization Data


Organization name

Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership

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Organization Size

Small Organization


P.O. Box 5333 80 South 5th Street
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147

Service areas

Archuleta County, CO, US