CCALT is proud of the hundreds of thousands of acres that we have been able to conserve in partnership with our landowners. Without them, we would not be where we are today. Please enjoy reading more about these families, their love of the land, and their commitment to protecting Colorado's heritage and way of life.

Also included below are descriptions of some of CCALT's focus landscapes, where we are working to conserve larger areas,  encompassing several easements with multiple landowners.

  • North Park
    Jackson County
    North Park is a spectacular high mountain valley tucked against the Wyoming border in northwest Colorado. The basin is known for exquisite mountain views and long, tough winters....
  • Cross Mountain Ranch
    Moffat County
    In late December 2014, Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust (CCALT) worked with multiple partners to protect 16,000 acres of key sage grouse habitat on the Cross...
  • Cross L Ranch
    Rio Blanco County
    The Cross L Ranch is located on the historic site of the Meeker Massacre, including the spot where Nathanial Meeker fell from a single gunshot, sparking the battle between U.S....
  • Hutchinson Ranch
    Chaffee County
    More than 150 years of Colorado ranching history and a part of its future were preserved in December 2013 when CCALT, in partnership with The Trust for Public Land (TPL), completed an...
  • Patterson Ranch
    Las Animas County
    The 19,000 acre Patterson Ranch near Kim, Colorado represents three generations of a family keeping their agricultural heritage and traditions alive in a remote and rugged portion of...
  • Saguache Creek Corridor
    Saguache County
    The Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust (CCALT) has been working cooperatively with landowners in the Saguache Creek corridor since 1997. Saguache Creek is located in...

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This is a pivotal time for Colorado. Dramatic changes sweeping across the state are putting our vital agricultural lands, wild open spaces and rugged natural beauty at risk. Preserving Colorado's heritage starts with taking care of our land. Help us keep the Colorado way of life alive for future generations!