Annual Stewardship Monitoring: What is it? - Written by Jayne Thompson & Megan Knott
Mar 27, 2017
Every year, the CCALT staff monitors every property we have conserved to make sure the terms of the conservation easement are being upheld. That means that 299 properties and over 500,000 acres need to be visited within the year.  Here is an up close look at what goes into...
Something we celebrate but also something that unnecessarily divides us - Written by Erik Glenn
Feb 20, 2017
Culture – something we celebrate but also something that unnecessarily divides us. Since our founding we have been working to bridge cultural gaps and break down barriers that have long existed between the conservation community and the agricultural community.
12 Wins for CCALT in 2016 that YOU Made Possible - Compiled by Jayne Thompson
Jan 26, 2017
We're celebrating a "win" for each month of the year, and thanking the donors, partners, and supporters who made it all possible. Thank you for a great 2016!
What 500,000 Acres Means to Us - Compiled by Jayne Thompson
Dec 20, 2016
By the end of 2016, the Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust (CCALT) will have conserved more than 500,000 acres of productive farm and ranch land.
What Are You Thankful For? - Compiled by Jayne Thompson
Nov 29, 2016
This month we asked each CCALT staff member to share why they are thankful to work with the wonderful people and beautiful places of Colorado. Every answer and reason was unique. We hope you enjoy them!
Spooky Facts about Agriculture and Land Loss - Compiled by Jayne Thompson & Maggie Hanna
Oct 26, 2016
By the time you finish reading this blog, at least 5 acres of farmland will be lost...

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