Every year the CCALT staff takes a moment to reflect on the accomplishments of the previous 365 days. As we reflect back we always find ourselves in awe of the work accomplished and the outpouring of support from donors, partners, and landowners who made it all possible….
It wasn’t until I hit my rhythm in the fellowship and regulated my day-to-day tasks that I truly began to grasp how much I was enjoying my time as I was learning about CCALT and conservation efforts across our state.
“The event focuses on conservation achievements in the broadest sense—knowing that successful conservation involves more than just resource protection; it involves a wide variety of champions across political, educational, business, research, and land management…
Amber Pougiales is the newest member of the Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust (CCALT) team. Amber brings bright energy, a warm smile, and additional love for Colorado open space to CCALT. As External Relations Cordinator, Amber will be directly in charge of…
Thank you for sharing a wonderful experience with us at Prairie Canyon Ranch, and on behalf of our entire staff and board of directors, thank you for being willing to support this work so that the next generation of Coloradans can know these important places.
Given in honor of renowned conservationist Aldo Leopold, the Leopold Conservation Award provides a visible forum where farmers, ranchers and other private landowners are recognized for their leadership in conservation.
In 2017, CCALT partnered with eleven ranching families to permanently conserve 55,759 acres. These projects span six counties across the state and protect diverse resources from prairie grasslands to iconic river corridors.