Eagle Valley Land Trust plays a leading role in protecting our most precious lands, while educating our community about the benefits of conserving the rural character of our valleys.

Our mission is to protect forever the lands we love, to preserve our heritage, scenic beauty, recreational opportunities, and wildlife habitats, and to build a permanent legacy for future generations.

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Trust Our Land: Conservation is for Everyone

By Keri Inouye The words “community” and “conservation” are two of my favorites in the English language. Individually, they represent many of the values that I (and I suspect many of you) hold dear:...

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A big shout-out to Eagle Valley Outdoor Movement (EVOM) for receiving a $752,500 grant from Great Outdoors Colorado - GOCO! This funding, part of GOCO's Generation Wild program, will help Iniciativa EVOM continue its vital efforts to provide culturally relevant outdoor programming for kids and families throughout Eagle County. EVLT is proud to be a member of EVOM and is grateful to GOCO for so generously supporting our valley community. ... See MoreSee Less
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Time for another Forever For All Friday, EVLT’s weekly community conservation post! Today, a spotlight on riparian habitat restoration.Riparian areas provide a multitude of ecosystem services: they filter water, reduce soil erosion, store and recycle nutrients, and even slow or stop wildfires. Moreover, they serve as habitat and corridors for countless wildlife species. When riparian areas become degraded, we all feel the impact. To give nature a kickstart in recovering from stream degradation, process-based restoration is often used. This could mean building low-tech structures that mimic beaver dams! Interested in learning more and getting involved? Join our friends at Eagle River Watershed Council and Eagle County Open Space this Saturday and Sunday as they build post-assisted log structures along Brush Creek! Visit erwc.org/events for more information. PC: EagleValleyWild.org ... See MoreSee Less
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Prepare yourself for an evacuation by creating a go-bag with plans for your 6 P's: 1. People and pets 2. Important papers 3. Prescriptions, vitamins, and eye glasses 4. Photographs and memorabilia 5. Personal computers and external harddrives 6. Important plastic (emergency credit or debit cards)Mensaje 4:Prepárese para una evacuación creando una bolsa de viaje con planes para:1. Personas y mascotas2. Papeles importantes3. Recetas, vitaminas y anteojos4. Fotografías y recuerdos5. Computadoras personales y discos duros externos6. Tarjetas de crédito o débito de emergencia ... See MoreSee Less
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