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Since 1994, Continental Divide Land Trust has been dedicated to preserving open space in central Colorado through land preservation agreements, stewardship and public education. We protect the natural lands, forests, meadows, rivers, wetlands, wildlife habitat, ranch lands, and rural landscapes that epitomize the beauty of Colorado and contribute to a healthy and sustainable future for our community.
Our primary land preservation tool is a land preservation agreement, also known as a Conservation Easement, in which the Land Trust takes on the stewardship responsibility to conserve, monitor, enforce, and defend that land forever. As caretakers of the land, we are responsible for keeping open spaces natural for the enjoyment of current and future generations. We work within our community to educate and inform the public about the value and benefits of conservation easements and to gain their involvement and support through membership donations, volunteer opportunities, and participation at CDLT events. Continental Divide Land Trust has negotiated and accepted land preservation agreements that allow us to permanently protect over 2,600 acres in fifteen conservation easements.
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