The Hagedorn and Markus families donated the first and last conservation easements along the north slope of Pikes Peak, concluding a 20-year project to protect large ranches along the Pikes Peak Conservation Corridor.
Palmer and San Isabel Land Protection Trust team up to celebrate Colorado Land Conservation Appreciation Week. This is your chance to run (or walk) on the protected Bear Basin Ranch, along with the elite Tarahumara runners.
Palmer Land Trust will honor award winners in four categories on October 9, 2013, at the Southern Colorado Conservation Awards Dinner. Nominations are being accepted between April 15 and May 31.
Activily engaged in protecting undeveloped open spaces where healthy forests and natural habitat are maintained, Palmer partners with the city and county to conserve land and promote fire mitigation. Vote today!
The 2012 Southern Colorado Conservation Awards documentary films, produced by Emmy award-winning filmmaker Ginger Kathrens, are now available for online viewing.
The final phase of the Markus Ranch represented the last large ranch project in the Pikes Peak Conservation Corridor - a 6,000-acre block of protected land along the north face of Pikes Peak.