Our Spring 2020 Newsletter focuses on the passage of time. When land is protected under its most powerful tool, the conservation easement, we can rest assured that Colorado's lands and water will stay protected, no matter what the future holds.
Currently, the physical offices of Colorado Open Lands are temporarily closed, and our staff is working remotely in the interest of public health and safety. We will update you here as things change. Our office phone extensions are being forwarded, and emails and voicemails are being checked regularly, so please contact the COL staff as you would normally, or you can use the general contact form. Please stay safe and healthy out there.
Fulfilling the wishes of the late Bill Coors, his adult children have worked with Colorado Open Lands to protect his property in fast-developing Jefferson County. The property is viewed over 18,000,000 times annually from travelers on Interstate 70.
Future generations speak on the importance of land and water conservation
Hear from young Fina about how the acequia farmers of Colorado's San Luis Valley take care of the land and water so it takes care of them!
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.