Palmer Land Trust invites you to join community-minded business leaders in supporting land and water conservation in Southern Colorado. Position yourself and your business as strong environmental stewards, and contribute to the education and health of your clients and employees by becoming a Palmer Land Trust Business Member today!
“I became a business member because keeping our lands open and beautiful makes this area an attractive place to live and work. That helps our economy and our quality of life.”
— Michelle Blessing, Real Estate Broker/Associate, ERA Shields, Colorado Springs, CO
Benefit Your Business
Your participation supports Palmer’s efforts to protect critical land and water resources and is a direct investment in your business’s bottom line. Your membership directly supports the two leading industries in our region—tourism and agriculture.
Your partnership with Palmer Land Trust supports your community relations and marketing objectives by allowing you to:
Be recognized as a conservation leader by other environmentally-minded business and community leaders.
Reach Palmer’s audience of landowners, conservation supporters, policy makers, and potential clients via our website, social media, newsletter, annual report, and events.
Provide your own customers with information regarding current conservation efforts and successes in your community.
“When I realized how much land and water protection Palmer Land Trust has accomplished in the South Platte and Arkansas River basins I became a member. That is a huge benefit to me and my customers. It also safeguards our agriculture and tourism industries.”
— David Lienweber, Owner, Anglers Covey, Colorado Springs, CO
Make an Impact
Your contribution to Palmer Land Trust is heavily leveraged. Every $1 donated by a business supports $15 to $30 in direct land protection efforts. With your support Palmer can advance community driven conservation efforts, act quickly to protect threatened lands, and ensure land and water conservation remains a priority in the community.
“Preserving public open spaces goes hand in hand with our goal as physicians to help our patients enjoy a healthy lifestyle. Palmer Land Trust’s work warrants our support. They are ensuring that the Pikes Peak region remains a beautiful, healthy place to live and work."
—Elliot J. Cohn, MD, Urological Associates, Colorado Springs, CO