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Jun 12th, 2018

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Colorado is a national conservation leader. Behind every effort to protect and conserve our incredible state is an individual or organization dedicated to maintaining our state’s quality of life through land conservation.

Jun 12th, 2018

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Colorado is a national conservation leader. Behind every effort to protect and conserve our incredible state is an individual or organization dedicated to maintaining our state’s quality of life through land conservation.

Jun 8th, 2018

By Hannah Pardee, 2018 Heather Campbell Chaney Fellow and Colorado College student

May 25th, 2018

This Press Release is from Keep It Colorado

Gov. John Hickenlooper signs Lottery Division extension into law

May 25th, 2018

In partnership with the Land Trust Alliance, land trust leaders from across the nation were in Washington D.C. last month, including Palmer’s Executive Director, Rebecca Jewett.

Apr 30th, 2018

Parks and wildlife are vital parts of our Colorado economy and quality of life. According to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife department, there is a $6.1 billion economic contribution across our state from wildlife viewing, state park visitors, anglers and hunters.

Apr 17th, 2018
“It’d be better if we considered drought the norm with periods of wet spells, not the other way around.” - Matt Heimerich, Farmer and Palmer Lower Arkansas Valley Conservation Director
Apr 11th, 2018

Candice merges her love for the open spaces of southern Colorado with her professional experience as a legal editor in the position of Director of Land Stewardship.

Apr 10th, 2018
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) makes it possible for families to have direct access to fresh, local, and seasonal produce. It is also a great way to get to know the farmers that make their living growing local food.
Apr 10th, 2018
Toward the end of each of my podcast episodes, I ask guests if they’d like to make a request of the listeners, impart words of wisdom, or offer advice. Because the podcast revolves around the landscapes and people of the American West, almost every guest provides sage guidance that, if followed, would surely make the West an even better place-- conservation, open-mindedness, curiosity, and a general respect for the land and our neighbors are common themes.
Apr 10th, 2018
I have warm childhood memories of sitting in the back of my parent’s car heading west on highway 50 to Grandma’s house in Colorado Springs. My dad would turn from the front seat - the sunset spinning beams from the steering wheel - to ask: “Should we stop for some melons?” 
Apr 10th, 2018
In Norway, you can walk nearly anywhere you want. Outdoor recreation has become a major part of the national identity in the country and is even established by law. You are free to enjoy the great outdoors and breathe in as much of the fresh air as you want, as long as you pick up your trash and show respect for nature.

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