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The Knott Home Place - Written by Jayne Thompson
Feb 19, 2019
The 1930s was a defining decade for the United States; the Dust Bowl swept across the nation’s prairies, and the decade was bookended by the crash of the stock market in 1929 and the beginning of America’s involvement in World War II in 1941. The families who held onto...
10 Wins for CCALT in 2018 that YOU Made Possible - Compiled by Jayne Thompson
Dec 31, 2018
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....
CCALT Fellowship Wrap Up - Written by Sarah Dideriksen
Nov 29, 2018
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.
Celebrating Conservation with Palmer Land Trust - Compiled by Jayne Thompson
Oct 9, 2018
"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...
Getting to Know Amber Pougiales, CCALT’s External Relations Coordinator - Compiled by Jayne Thompson
Sep 30, 2018
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...
To New Adventures! – Compiled by Jayne Thompson
Aug 20, 2018
To celebrate the time Courtney Bennett devoted to CCALT, we’ve asked each of the current CCALT staff members to share their favorite memory of her. We hope you enjoy them!

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