We think you’ll “lichen” this short film!

We think you’ll “lichen” this short film!

Our community has learned time and time again that we depend on each other to survive and thrive. We build relationships in the good times and lean on each other in the tough times. 

Lichens are valuable to our ecosystems, converting CO2 to oxygen, creating valuable plant habitat, and providing nesting materials to critters. Lichen build relationships just like us – they are not one living organism, but the result of a symbiotic relationship among organisms. Without each other, they would not exist. Recently, scientists learned something new about that relationship, and this short film will tell you all about it!

Together, We Support Our Community Members

Together, We Support Our Community Members

We wanted to share these beautiful photos of birds in the Estes Valley, taken by land trust member Jim Ward. We are so fortunate to have wildlife all around us!

The Estes Valley Land Trust wants to thank you for your role in helping us protect wildlife habitat and support our community. Giving Tuesday has passed, but you can still give to local nonprofits. There are two ways to support your community today:

Donate to your favorite non-profit organization.
GivingTuesday.org and ColoradoGives.org can help you locate non-profits in your community. There are so many service organizations that are helping those that are hurting most right now.

Donate to the Estes Valley Land Trust.
You can also donate to the Estes Valley Land Trust. Nature is therapy for many of us, and your donation helps us preserve some of the most beautiful places on earth.