Heather Campbell Chaney Fellow

Jul 26th, 2017

Believe it or not, as a kid I really did not like being outside, to which you may say: “But Lily, you grew up in Vermont of all places, how could you not like exploring the outdoors?” And yet there I was, a 7-year old making up reasons to have to stay indoors during farm camp- an opportunity whic

Jul 26th, 2017
Heather Campbell Chaney Fellow Lily Weissgold shares her thoughts on environmental justice and inclusivity.
Jul 26th, 2017
2017 Heather Campbell Chaney Fellow Lily Weissgold shares her thoughts on land as an equalizer.
Jun 16th, 2017

So often in my day to day life as a student I neglect to leave the Colorado College campus, let alone the city boundaries. So it is always exciting to me when I get to venture outside of “Olympic City USA” and explore.

May 31st, 2017
We are excited to welcome Lily to our team for the Summer. Her fellowship will include land visits, stewardship training, and lots of opportunity to learn about how Palmer Land Trust work. Meet her and here why she chose Palmer.
Aug 8th, 2016
My fellowship has officially come to a close! The past 10 weeks have flown by, as they always do.
Aug 1st, 2016
The big news of the week: I’m staying on with Palmer for a few more months! 
Jul 22nd, 2016
Last week featured my first trip out to Teller County for Palmer.
Jul 18th, 2016

The fellowship continues, with only three weeks left!  Last week was filled with visits to El Paso County properties: Christian Open Space, Schreder Property, and The Pineries Ranch.

Jul 11th, 2016
After years of studying the challenges of agriculture in a dry climate, I finally got a glimpse of some of the farms in our own Arkansas River Valley.
Jul 5th, 2016

I can hardly believe it, but I’m already half way through with this fellowship!