The Q for Conservation


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WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!

In the past few years, we’ve brought you dynamic speakers like author Pam Houston, stunning photography from David Showalter, and even the music of Chuck Leavell. To keep us all safe and healthy, we’ve opted not to have an in-person Q for Conservation this year. But to keep Colorado’s open spaces safe and healthy, we need your support more than ever.

One thing this year has confirmed is that we seek out the soothing balm of nature in times of crisis.

And what better place to find solace than the colorful state we call home.

For an organization and a mission like Colorado Open Lands, the current pressure on nature presents an opportunity to raise funds to ensure that this work continues and our lands remain. That is why we are setting a goal to raise $150,000 through this year’s non-event Q for Conservation!

While we’re sorry we can’t come together in person this year, we hope you’ll still join us – by continuing to support our work and giving to represent your love of this colorful state. No need to dress up, make the drive, or rearrange your schedule. You can feel good about not attending by putting on your most comfortable clothes and taking a moment to show your support this year so that we can continue to enjoy the land in the years to come.

Help us reach our goal of $150,000 and give to represent your love of colorful Colorado!

See Photos from the 2019 Q here!

Watch the video here!

ABOUT THE Q AND THE CHAMPION OF THE LAND AWARD

The Q for Conservation is Colorado Open Lands’ premier annual celebration of those who care about land conservation in Colorado. The event brings people
together to connect and find inspiration in protecting Colorado’s land forever.

The Champion of the Land 
The Champion of the Land award was established to recognize influential individuals who have demonstrated leadership, foresight, and a strong land ethic, resulting in lasting impacts on our state. Our 2014 inaugural recipients, Dean Singleton and Dan Ritchie, laid the foundation of a new tradition that continued in 2015 with Harris D. Sherman, and in 2016 with Will Shafroth and Lise Aangeenbrug.

For more information, please contact Alyssa Acosta at 303.988.2373 or AAcosta@ColoradoOpenLands.org

 

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