Download your copy of our Fall newsletter now! This issue is chock full of conservation news, including coverage of how we are accomplishing our strategic plan, a record-breaking number of new conservation successes, and a thoughtful tribute to the late Governor Dick Lamm by our board member Rebecca Frank who knew him personally.
Buckskin Gulch lies between the Alma Cemetery and Pike National Forest west of the Town of Alma. It includes one mile of Buckskin Creek, wetlands, open meadows, aspen and conifer forests, and has been used by the public for camping. The Town of Alma’s water supply system is located on an inholding within the property, so this easement also serves as water supply protection for the Town. Project Partners include Great Outdoors Colorado, the Park County Land & Water Trust Fund, and the Alma Foundation.
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It’s no secret that Colorado residents and visitors love their outdoor experiences. Access for all ages and ability levels to open space contributes to our health, both physical, mental, and emotional.