Register Now for Our May Virtual Breakfast

Join us for our virtual breakfast event on May 11th with guest speaker Dr. Henry Pollock, Executive Director of the Southern Plains Land Trust (SPLT). Registration is required by Monday, May 6th. This event is for members only. To renew or join, visit

Join Us for Our 3rd Annual Student Environmental Film Festival 

All are welcome to attend our 2024 Student Environmental Film Festival on Thursday, April 25th from 5-8pm at the EP High School auditorium. This free event is open to the public.

Announcing Our 2024 Event Schedule 

Save these dates and join us for all of our great events and activities for the year! Most of our events are for members only. Not a member? Join here to gain access to all of our member events, and receive two free vouchers for our breakfasts (a $40 value) and an invitation to our new member hike in August.

Estes Valley Land Trust Conserves Historic Camp in Allenspark 

The Estes Valley Land Trust secures a new conservation easement!

Learn more about The Highlands Camp and Retreat Center conservation easement by clicking the image below:

Estes Valley Open Space Plan

For more than 30 years, the Estes Valley Land Trust has worked with private landowners and our partners to preserve nearly 10,000 acres of land. Now, for the first time, we have developed the Estes Valley Open Space Plana strategic land conservation plan with a goal to preserve another 5,000 acres in the next 10 years.

Thank you to everyone that came to events, filled out surveys, and submitted feedback to make this plan happen. This plan was created by our community, for our community, to preserve the areas that we value the most. Watch a short video about the final plan here, or click here to read the full plan. 


Our mission is to conserve land throughout the Estes Valley and surrounding areas for current and future generations.

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With more than 4.5 million visitors coming to Estes Park each year, our open lands, wildlife and quality of life are at risk. The Perpetuity Fund is an endowment that would allow the land trust to operate in perpetuity, to continue to support local landowners and conserve open spaces throughout the valley forever. Our ultimate goal is to raise $5 million for the endowment, which would provide sufficient funds to support the land trust year after year. Be a part of forever and donate today.