• Waggener Farm - additional acres conserved!
    Waggener Farm - additional acres conserved!
    Waggener Farm is an irrigated family farm located in Weld County just outside the town of Berthoud. With senior water rights and unobstructed views of Rocky Mountain National Park and Longs Peak, Waggener Farm frames the iconic gateway into Berthoud. This new easement adds 154 acres to the existing conservation easement on the farm, bringing the total to 307 acres. The easement was completely donated by the Waggener Family Trust. With the additional acreage comes the permanent protection of some of the most senior water rights in Colorado!
  • Relaunching the Conservation Leadership Series
    Relaunching the Conservation Leadership Series
    Throughout this immersive experience, participants receive first-hand experience of land conservation through a mix of landowner interactions and land-based excursions.
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  • San Isabel Land Protection Trust and COL have merged!
    San Isabel Land Protection Trust and COL have merged!
    We're thrilled to announce this merger, effective December 31, 2021. See more at link! Photo of Bluff Park by Bill Gillete.
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  • Become a Perennial Partner
    Become a Perennial Partner
    Did you know you can automate your giving by joining our monthly membership program, Perennial Partners? Monthly gifts help protect and enhance Colorado’s most valued wild and working lands by providing steady funding for our conservation work. Learn more about becoming a Perennial Partner!
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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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  • Waggener Farm - additional acres conserved!
  • Relaunching the Conservation Leadership Series
  • San Isabel Land Protection Trust and COL have merged!
  • Become a Perennial Partner
  • Our Strategic Plan

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