Mt Garfield Colorado

Connecting Community, Experiencing the Land

Historian Wallace Stegner got it right when he wrote that “cooperation, not rugged individualism, is the quality that most characterizes and preserves” the West. Reminders of this surround us. Parents and children ride bikes at Lunch Loop on trails constructed by volunteers across land purchased through community fundraisers. Fruit-growers enter into conservation agreements with your local land trust, ensuring future harvests. Ranchers partner with the land trust to protect habitat that forms critical migration corridors for elk and mule deer. ...

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Read the MLT 2015-16 Annual Report

Please take time to read our latest Annual Report. In it are stories of landowners who have recently conserved their land to protect working farms and ranches, wildlife habitat, and scenic landscapes. There are also stories of how the Land Trust is connecting folks across the region with the lands that make it a wonderful place to live. Click the picture to read.


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Connecting Us With the Lands We Love

Thank you to the Daily Sentinel and to our other wonderful underwriters who made Connecting Us With the Lands We Love possible.  We hope you enjoy reading the stories of our conservation landowners and supporters who have been instrumental in the conservation of nearly 66,000 acres!

Click here to read  2016 Insert


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