ESTES VALLEY LAND TRUST - PRESERVING LAND FOREVER

Adopt a Duck for #43 EVLT

ReFund What Matters

The duck race in Estes Park has been postponed to September 19, 2020 for public health, but you can still adopt a duck for a chance to win prizes and support EVLT at the same time! Adopt online at epduckrace.org

A new program in the State of Colorado allows citizens to donate a portion or all of their tax return to a non-profit of choice. Simply tell your tax preparer our number: [20083002762] or enter it into your tax software. Learn more: refundwhatmatters.org

Project Updates:

The Open Space and Outdoor Recreation Plan

EVLT is spearheading a planning project to identify the types of land that should be preserved in the greater Estes Valley.

We look forward to sharing the valuable feedback we recieved with the community in the summer of 2020. 

To learn more, click here.

The Thumb Open Space Proposal

The Estes Valley Land Trust has been working with our partners to strengthen and enhance a few of our existing conservation easements. We are working with the Town of Estes Park, the Access Fund, Rocky Mountain Conservancy, and GOCO to better protect the conservation values of open space, wildlife habitat, scenic resources, and outdoor recreation access on the Thumb Open Space. 

To learn more about this project, read the proposal here.

Our mission is to protect open space in the Estes Valley.

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Be a Part of Forever

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Funded

$1,000,000

Needed

 

$464,000

Raised

 

The Estes Valley Land Trust is proud to announce our Perpetuity Fund. With more than 4.5 million visitors coming to Estes Park each year, our open lands, wildlife and quality of life are at risk.

Our goal is to raise $1 million by 2021 so we can continue working with private landowners to protect this beautiful valley. Be a part of forever and donate today.