Colorado West Land Trust nears a long-term goal
Thank you to the Daily Sentinel for the following article: As the Colorado West Land Trust nears a long-term goal o...Read More
Harry Talbot Induction Ceremony
Harry Talbot was inducted into the Colorado Agriculture Hall of Fame Watch the live stream video here: ...Read More
Colorado West Land Trust: A collaborative effort to better serve the region
By Sharon Sullivan With the goal of increasing the pace, quality and permanence of conservation in western Colorado...Read More
Colorado West Land Trust is a consolidation of the Mesa Land Trust and the Black Canyon Regional Land Trust. The two organizations have come together to better protect and conserve agricultural land, along with its rural heritage, wildlife habitat, recreational areas and scenic lands in western Colorado. With 120,000 acres conserved in 6 counties (Delta, Gunnison, Mesa, Montrose, Ouray and San Miguel), Colorado West Land Trust seeks to meet both local and regional conservation needs.
As a private, non-profit organization our mission is to protect and enhance agricultural land, wildlife habitat and scenic lands in western Colorado to benefit the community at large, enrich lives, provide opportunities for outdoor recreation, and ensure our connection to land for generations to come.