• Cheers for Conservation is June 1st!
    Cheers for Conservation is June 1st!
    Join us at the conserved Five Fridges Farm in Wheat Ridge as we honor Colorado’s community of appraisers with the 26th annual George E. Cranmer Award! The event will also feature a farm dinner with fresh ingredients from conserved properties, and a silent auction featuring the best of Colorado. Click below for more information!
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  • COL and Ducks Unlimited to enhance waterfowl habitat along Prewitt Reservoir!
    COL and Ducks Unlimited to enhance waterfowl habitat along Prewitt Reservoir!
    The southern shore of Prewitt Reservoir is visited by thousands of waterfowl during annual migrations. Existing shallow areas are currently cut off by naturally-occurring dams, which discourage waterfowl from stopping. In partnership with DU, we will carefully excavate material, creating a natural back-flooding of shallow basins to provide quality habitat for birds and wetland wildlife. Other improvements will give water managers increased flexibility to meet users’ demands without negatively impacting local ranchers or wildlife. This project is made possible by funding through Great Outdoors Colorado and Playa Lakes Joint Venture and will be completed early this fall.
  • Volunteers wanted!
    Volunteers wanted!
    Join COL staff and friends on Saturday June 10 to remove noxious weeds from the East Lake Ranch in Edwards! The property is very scenic and is a great chance see an example of the conserved areas we work to protect. This is a perfect opportunity to get outdoors, make a difference and do some great work in a beautiful place! See link for info, including how to participate!
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  • Our Spring newsletter is here!
    Our Spring newsletter is here!
    Click below to read about our upcoming conservation milestone, see our dashboard of accomplishments, read about the Centennial Society, meet our new board members, and more!
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  • Colorado Open Lands and Legacy Land Trust join forces!
    Colorado Open Lands and Legacy Land Trust join forces!
    Effective March 1, 2016, our two organizations have completed a successful merger to better serve Northern Colorado landowners and communities. More info in link!
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  • Our Strategic Plan
    Our Strategic Plan
    In March 2015, Colorado Open Lands adopted an ambitious ten-year strategic plan. Click to learn more. Photo Credit: John Fielder
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  • Cheers for Conservation is June 1st!
  • COL and Ducks Unlimited to enhance waterfowl habitat along Prewitt Reservoir!
  • Volunteers wanted!
  • Our Spring newsletter is here!
  • Colorado Open Lands and Legacy Land Trust join forces!
  • Our Strategic Plan
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