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Trust Our Land: Together we can double conservation in ten years

As open spaces in our community become fewer and farther between, protected land becomes far more valuable, and protecting more land grows increasingly critical. As we chip away at a pipeline of exciting large-scale projects focused on protecting the scenic open spaces, critical wildlife migration corridors, and recreation opportunities that support our mental and physical well-being, we’re grateful to this community for its continued support. 

It’s because of you that we’re ready to take on this goal to double conservation in the next ten years. Thank you for joining us on this journey to protect our community’s most important lands. Forever. For all.

Trust Our Land | Here’s where we’re at with Sweetwater Lake

by Bergen Tjossem

Four years ago, a beloved local property, Sweetwater Lake, went up for sale after development plans failed to materialize once again. It had been on the verge of private development for decades. The most recent proposal? Luxury homes, a golf …

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: social engagement, interconnectedness, shared purpose, cultural …

Confíe en nuestra tierra: esta Legislación es monumental.

En medio del bullicio del verano nuevamente aquí en Colorado, uno puede ser perdonado si no se tiene en cuenta el seguimiento de la legislación estatal. Afortunadamente para el lector, nuestros amigos y virtuosos de las políticas de Keep it …

Trust Our Land: Willingly waiting for wildlife

Wildlife is one of our community’s most treasured resources. Deer, elk, and our other furry friends inspire and give us a reason to tread lightly in the backcountry. Like many in Eagle County, wildlife have had a challenging year. Increased …

Trust Our Land: What is 30 by 30 and what is our role?

International agreements can be rife with challenges. Some may say that nations will always choose to act in their rational self-interest in the short term, even if over the long term, collaboration is in their best interest. Nowhere does this …

Trust Our Land: Responsible recreation during a pandemic

The recreation cycle from winter to summer and back again is held sacrosanct by Coloradans far and wide. This cycle is being celebrated this week as trails across Eagle County begin their gradual opening for the summer season. Trail openings …