Colorado land trusts are cordially invited to attend one of four regional meetings hosted by the Conservation Futures Project, where we will build on the great work we’ve done as a community already this year and begin fleshing out the specific type of coalition we want.
As executive directors of mountain town land trusts, we understand how important it is to “keep it local.” It’s true no matter where you work. Getting to know your community, the farmers and ranchers, hikers and skiers, birdwatchers and business owners is crucial to success.
Huge thanks to the more than 100 land trust representatives, public open space representatives, and conservation practitioners from across Colorado who gathered in Breckenridge on May 9 for a half-day Conservation Futures Project (CFP) summit.
In April 2018, a broad range of constituents was invited to complete a brief survey to provide vital input on the vision, core purpose, and priorities for a new statewide land conservation coalition for Colorado