What We Do
Colorado Open Lands believes that Colorado’s lands and waters are critically important to our unmatched quality of life. Our work is dedicated to ensuring their continued preservation for future generations. Our conservation successes to date include:
Acres of land
miles of waterways
Colorado Open Lands has partnered with the Caldon Family in the San Luis Valley to permanently protect 2,464 acres of working farmland, including the water they use for irrigation. This historic farm is an important part of the local agricultural community and is home...
Colorado Open Lands has completed a conservation project in Larimer County that permanently protects 240 acres along Park Creek north of Fort Collins. The property serves as important wildlife habitat and includes 33 acres of wetlands. Owned by the Colorado State Land...
COL continues its successful partnership with the Southern Plains Land Trust (SPLT), which has a mission to protect shortgrass prairie for flora and fauna. On this latest phase, we have partnered to add 320 acres of protected land to the 67-square-mile Heartland Ranch...