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ADAMS1 SOUTH62 WEST320750000COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007THE CONSERVATION PURPOSES FURTHERED BY THIS DONATION INCLUDE THE PROTECTION OF A REL- ATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLLANTS OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEMS, AS WELL AS THE PROTECTION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE, INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND. THE PROPERTY POSSESSES AGRICULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCENIC, AND WILDLIFE VALUES(collectively the CONSERVATION VALUES)OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR, THE PEOPLE OF ADAMS COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECI- FICALLY, THE PROPERTY IS COMPRISED OF LAND FOR GRAZING CATTLE, INTERMITTENT STREAMS AND DRY FARMLAND. iT IS IN AN AREA WHERE DIFFERENT LAND USES MEET, MAKING WILDLIFE VERY ABUNDANT IN THAT AREA. THE PROPERTY IS WITHIN 10 MILES OF DIA, AN AREA THAT IS BECOMING INCREASINGLY URBANIZED. THE REST OF THE PROPERTY IS IRRIGATED CROP LAND. THERE ARE A NUMBER OF RURAL HOMES IN THE AREA. THE PROPERTY OFFERS OPEN SPACE VALUE IN THE URBAN LANDSCAPE.
ALAMOSA38 NORTH12 EAST223612729RIO GRANDE HEADWATERS LAND TRUST2007TO ENABLE THE PROPERTY TO RETAIN IN PERPETUITY, ITS OPEN SPACE CHARACTER, THE SCENIC QUALITIES, AGRICULTURAL CHARACTER, WILDLIFE HABITAT AND NATURAL FLOOD PLAINS VALUES FOR CONSERVATION AND AGRICULTURAL PURPOSE INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO ENGAGE IN FUTURE FARMING AND RANCHING ACTIVITIES.
ALAMOSA38 NORTH12 EAST223643042RIO GRANDE HEADWATERS LAND TRUST2007TO ENABLE THE PROPERTY TO RETAIN IN PERPETUITY, ITS OPEN SPACE CHARACTER, THE SCENIC QUALITIES, AGRICULTURAL CHARACTER, WILDLIFE HABITAT AND NATURAL FLOOD PLAINS VALUES FOR CONSERVATION AND AGRICULTURAL PURPOSE INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO ENGAGE IN FUTURE FARMING AND RANCHING ACTIVITIES.
ALAMOSA38 NORTH12 EAST223612729RIO GRANDE HEADWATERS LAND TRUST2007TO ENABLE THE PROPERTY TO RETAIN IN PERPETUITY, ITS OPEN SPACE CHARACTER, THE SCENIC QUALITIES, AGRICULTURAL CHARACTER, WILDLIFE HABITAT AND NATURAL FLOOD PLAINS VALUES FOR CONSERVATION AND AGRICULTURAL PURPOSE INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO ENGAGE IN FUTURE FARMING AND RANCHING ACTIVITIES.
ALAMOSA38 N. 9 E.477735000WETLANDS AMERICA TRUST, INC2007THE PURPOSE IS TO PROTECT SCENIC QUALITIES, WILDLIFE HABITAT, PLANTS, WATER RESOURCES AND PRESERVE AGRICULTURAL LAND. MINERAL EXTRACTION IS PROHIBITED EXCEPT FOR USE ON THE SUBJECT PROPERTY. SUB-DIVISIONS ARE PROHIBITED ON THE EASEMENT PARCEL.
ALAMOSA38 NORTH9 EAST1375000THE NATURE CONSERVANCY2008TO PRESERVE AND PROTECT IN PERPETUITY AND, IN THE EVENT OF THEIR DEGRADATION OR DESTRUCTION, TO ENHANCE AND RESTORE THE SIGNIFICANTLY RELATIVELY NATURAL FEATURES AND VALUES OF THE PROPERTY AND TO CONSERVE IMPORTANT HABITAT FOR WILDLIFE; TO PROTECT RARE OR UNIQUE NATIVE PLANTS CURRENTLY KNOWN OR LATER IDENTIFIED; AND TO CONSERVE RIPARIAN WOODLANDS, FRESHWATER MARSHES AND WETLANDS.
ALAMOSA38 NORTH9 EAST1025187500THE NATURE CONSERVANCY2008TO PRESERVE AND PROTECT IN PERPETUITY AND, IN THE EVENT OF DEGRADATION OR DESTRUCTION, TO ENHANCE AND RESTORE THE SIGNIFICANTLY RELATIVELY NATURAL FEATURES AND VALUES OF THE PROPERTY AND TO CONSERVE IMPORTANT HABITAT FOR WILDLIFE; TO PROTECT RARE OR UNIQUE NATIVE PLANTS CURRENTLY KNOWN OR LATER IDENTIFIED; AND TO CONSERVE RIPARIAN WOODLANDS, FRESHWATER MARSHES AND WETLANDS.
ALAMOSA38 NORTH9 EAST1025187500THE NATURE CONSERVANCY2008TO PRESERVE AND PROTECT IN PERPETUITY AND, IN THE EVENT OF DEGRADATION OR DESTRUCTION, TO ENHANCE AND RESTORE THE SIGNIFICANTLY NATURAL FEATURES AND VALUES OF THE PROPERTY AND TO CONSERVE IMPORTANT HABITAT FOR WILDLIFE; TO PROTECT RARE OR UNIQUE NATIVE PLANTS CURRENTLY KNOWN OR LATER IDENTIFIED; AND TO CONSERVE RIPARIAN WOODLANDS, FRESHWATER MARSHES AND WETLANDS.
ARAPAHOE4 SOUTH62 WEST4933966COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007ENHANCEMENT OF CONSERVATION OF OPEN SPACE IN AN URBANIZING REGION.
ARAPAHOE4 SOUTH63 WEST4933966COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007ENHANCEMENT OF CONSERVATION OF OPEN SPACE IN AN URBANIZING REGION.
ARAPAHOE5 SOUTH68 WEST OF THE 6TH PM19375000COLORADO OPEN LANDS2008THE CONSERVATION VALUES OF THE PROPERTY ARE RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITANT AND OPENS SPACE.
ARCHULETA33 NORTH2 EAST482325000COLORADO CATTLEMEN'S AGRICULTURAL LAND TRUST2007THE CONSERVATION PURPOSE OF THIS CONTRIBUTION IS TO PRESERVE A SIGNIFICANT NATURAL AREA THAT QUALIFIES AS A RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF FISH, WILDLIFE OR PLANTS OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEM AS THAT PHRASE IS USED IN PUBLIC LAW. pROVIDE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF CONSERVATION EASEMENTS TO MAINTAIN LAND IN NATURAL, SCENIC OR OPEN CONDITION, OR FOR WILDLIFE HABITAT OR AGRICULTURAL, OR THE OTHER USE OR CONDITION CONSISTENT WITH THE PROTECTION OF OPEN LAND HAVING WHOLESOME ENVIROMENTAL QUALTY OR LIFE SUSTAINING ECOLOGICAL DIVERSITY.
ARCHULETA32N1E480375000COLORADO CATTLEMENS2010Taxpayers donated the conservation easement for the purpose of preserving in perpetuity the scenic open space, the agricultural uses, and the significantly relatiely natural habitat for plants and wildlife The property provides for the preservation of land for the scenic enjoyment to the public.
ARCHULETA36N2W & 2 1/2W20532718SOUTHWEST LAND ALLIANCE2008THE PRESERVATION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND) FOR SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND WILL YIELD A SIGNIFICANT PUBLIC BENEFIT. TO PROTECT SIGNIFICANT RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT IN WHICH A FISH, WILDLIFE, OR PLANT COMMUNITY, OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEM NORMALLY LIVES.
ARCHULETA36N2W & 2 1/2W205413SOUTHWEST LAND ALLIANCE2008THE PRESERVATION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND) FOR SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND WILL YIELD A SIGNIFICANT PUBLIC BENEFIT. TO PROTECT SIGNIFICANT RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT IN WHICH A FISH, WILDLIFE, OR PLANT COMMUNITY, OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEM NORMALLY LIVES.
ARCHULETA36N2W & 2 1/2 W205623SOUTHWEST LAND ALLIANCE2008THE PRESERVATION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND) FOR SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND WILL YIELD A SIGNIFICANT PUBLIC BENEFIT. TO PROTECT SIGNIFICANT RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT IN WHICH FISH, WILDLIFE, OR PLANT COMMUNITY, OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEM NORMALLY LIVES.
ARCHULETA34 NORTH5 WEST110205000SOUTHWEST LAND ALLIANCE2008The conservation easement property donated will remain in agricultural production and provide habitat for native deer and elk herds and other wildlife, as well as preserve open space that is an important buffer between more densely developed areas and National Forest Lands. The property concerned is part of an important migratory corridor for numerous types of wildlife such as bear, elk, mule deer, and mountain lion. A portion of the property was placed under conservation easement in 2006.
ARCHULETA32 NORTH2 EAST288375000COLROADO CATTLEMEN'S AGRICULTURAL LAND TRUST2008PROTECTION OF NATURAL ENVIRONMENT & HABITANT FOR LARGE DIVERSITY OF WILDLIFE SPECIES AND PRESERVATION OF OPEN SPACE FOR SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF PUBLIC.
ARCHULETA36N2W & 2 1/2W205375000SOUTHWEST LAND ALLIANCE2008THE PRESERVATION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND) FOR SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND WILL YIELD A SIGNIFICANT PUBLIC BENEFIT. TO PROTECT SIGNIFICANT RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT IN WHICH A FISH, WILDLIFE, OR PLANT COMMUNITY, OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEM NORMALLY LIVES.
ARCHULETA36N2W & 2 1/2 W205623SOUTHWEST LAND ALLIANCE2008THE PRESERVATION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND) FOR SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND WILL YIELD A SIGNIFICANT PUBLIC BENEFIT. TO PROTECT SIGNIFICANT RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT IN WHICH A FISH, WILDLIFE, OR PLANT COMMUNITY, OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEM NORMALLY LIVES.
ARCHULETA36N2W & 2 1/2 W205623SOUTHWEST LAND ALLIANCE2008THE PRESERVATION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND) FOR SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND WILL YIELD A SIGNIFICANT PUBLIC BENEFIT. TO PROTECT SIGNIFICANT RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT IN WHICH A FISH, WILDLIFE, OR PLANT COMMUNITY, OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEM NORMALLY LIVES.
Adams2 South62 West40308500Colorado Natural Land Trust2007The property possesses agricultural, ecological, historic, recreational, scenic, and wildlife values (collectively, the "Conservation Values") of great importance to Grantor, the people of Adams County, Colorado, and the people of the State of Colorado. Specifically, the land contains, significant scenic, recreational and agricultural value which is consistent with the historic nature of the area and is beneficial for the community and the state of Colorado in setting aside land for agricultural, recreational and scenic purposes. The mountain vistas for which Colorado is famous are exemplified in this property, with views of the Front Range, Long's Peak, Mount Evans and Pike's Peak. This land is part of an area that first supplied Denver with locally grown and raised crops and livestock. These early farms supplied necessities to the prospectors of the gold rush, making Denver's early growth possible. These early agricultural uses include livestock operations and dryland crop farming of crops such as cane type cattle feed, wnter wheat, corn, oats, sunflowers and grass hay. This land also provides a home to abundant pronghorn and deer populations, as well as the occasional bear and elk.
Adams2S62W40308500Colorado Natural Land Trust2007Scenic, recreational, and agricultural value.
Adams2 S62 W40258500Colorado Natural Land Trust2007The property possesses agricultural, ecological, historic, recreational, scenic and wildlife values (collectively, the "Conservation Values) of the state of Colorado. Specifically, the land contains significant scenic, recreational and agricultural value which is consistent with the historic nature of the area and is beneficial for the community and the state of Colorado in setting aside land for agricultural, recreational and scenic purposes.
Adams1S68W7164897City of Thornton2008Relatively natural habitat, open space and recereational land with limited oil/gas extraction.
AdamsT1SR61W & R62W1657625000Adams County2008Protection of relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants or similar ecosystem, including native shortgrass prairie and hedgerow. Preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public pursuant to clearly delineated government policies yielding significant public benefit, including scenic rural landscape and dryland crop production. Preservation of land areas for potential outdoor recreation by the general public.
Adams2S62W40308500Colorado Natural Land Trust2007Scenic, recreational, and agricultural value.
Adams2 South62 West40258500Colorado Natural Land Trust2007The property possesses agricultural, ecological, historic, recreational, scenic, and wildlife values (collectively, the "Conservation Values") of great importance to Grantor, the people of Adams County, Colorado, and the people of the State of Colorado. Specifically, the land contains, significant scenic, recreational and agricultural value which is consistent with the historic nature of the area and is beneficial for the community and the state of Colorado in setting aside land for agricultural, recreational and scenic purposes. The mountain vistas for which Colorado is famous are exemplified in this property, with views of the Front Range, Long's Peak, Mount Evans and Pike's Peak. This land is part of an area that first supplied Denver with locally grown and raised crops and livestock. These early farms supplied necessities to the prospectors of the gold rush, making Denver's early growth possible. These early agricultural uses include livestock operations and dryland crop farming of crops such as cane type cattle feed, wnter wheat, corn, oats, sunflowers and grass hay. This land also provides a home to abundant pronghorn and deer populations, as well as the occasional bear and elk.
Adams2 S62 W8091000Colorado Natural Land Trust2007Agricultural, ecological, historic, recreational, scenic, and wildlife.
Alamosa38 N9 E31799850Rio Grande Headwaters Land Trust2012The conservation purposes furthered by the gift are the protection of a relatively natural habitat of wildlife and plants, and the preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public, pursuant to clearly delineated state and local government conservation policies, and which will yield a public benefit.
Alamosa37N10E20868750Rio Grande Headwaters Land Trust2013The Property will protect significant relatively natural habitat for a variety of wildlife species. The property's diverse habitats include the historic floodplain oft he Rio Grande, wet meadows, agricultural flood irrigated fields, and upland shrub. These types of habitats can support large and small mammals, amphibians, reptiles, neo-tropical migrants, raptors, and water birds dependent on their needs. The Property qualifies as open space because it is being preserved as agricultural land for the scenic enjoyment of the general public and pursuant to clearly delineated governmental conservation policies.
Alamosa37N10E NMPM304000000207000Rio Grande Headwaters Land Trust2011Preserve the Property's open space characteristics and protect the natural habitat for a variety of wildlife species for the enjoyment of the general public. The number of acres is 304.
Arapahoe5 S67 W18375000Colorado Open Lands2007Protection of relatively natural habitat and preservation of open space.
Arapahoe4 south63 west4933626colorado natural land trust2007enhancement of conservation of open space in an urbanizing region.
Arapahoe 4 S63 W4933966colorado natural land trust2007enhancement of conservation of oopen space in an urbanizing region.
Archuleta35N5 W61131500Southwest Land Alliance2007Preserve scenic, rural, and natural open space for the public and for plant and animal habitat.
Archuleta36 N1 W74375000Southwest Land Alliance, Inc.2007Property qualifies as open space because: conserving land will provide significant public benefit by protecting the open scenic vistas available to many travelers; and conservation of land will helps ensure that land will be available to travelers. Preserving natural habitat for the flora and fauna of the area of the area is a significant value because of the many species that frequent this property
Archuleta352 W351375000Southwest Land Alliance, Inc.2007The purpose is to protect scenic qualities, wildlife habitat, plants, water resources and preserve agricultural land.
Archuleta36N2-1/2W124373000Southwest Land Alliance2009¿The preservation of certain open space (including farmland and forest land) for the scenic enjoyment of the general public and will yield a significant public benefit.¿ The Additional Property, which can be viewed by the general public from Archuleta County Road 600 and Archuleta County Road Roush Drive, includes natural areas, and areas in agricultural use. There is a strong likelihood that, if the Additional Property were to be developed instead of preserved, it would contribute to the fragmentation and degradation of the scenic, rural and natural character of the area. Preservation of the Additional Property will continue to provide an opportunity for the general public to appreciate its scenic values. The preservation of the Additional Property pursuant to this Amendment will yield significant public benefit, for at least the following reasons: The Additional Property consists of open space that contributes significantly to the scenic viewshed of travelers along public roads County Road 600/Piedra Road and Roush Drive in Archuleta County; development of the Additional Property would contribute to the degradation of the scenic vistas available to the public, resulting in a loss of tourism and commerce to the area; the Additional Property has significant areas in agricultural production in an area which is experiencing substantial residential development; and preservation of the Additional Property is consistent with Federal, State and local public conservation programs and with conservation efforts existing on adjoining or nearby properties.
Archuleta35N2E240375000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust, Inc.2009Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production
Archuleta35N2E160375000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2010Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production
Archuleta36 North2 West2375000Southwest Land Alliance, Inc.2010THE PURPOSE OF THE CONSERVATION EASEMENT IS TO PROTECT SCENIC QUALITIES, WILDLIFE HABITAT, PLANTS, WATER RESOURCES, AND PRESERVE AGRICULTURAL LAND.
Archuleta33 & 34N2E & 3E NMPM1788375000Southwest Land Alliance2009To preserve in perpetuity, agricultural & forested open space, wildlife habitat, and scenic enjoyment.
Archuleta36 North2 West2375000Southwest Land Alliance, Inc.2010THE PURPOSE OF THE CONSERVATION EASEMENT IS TO PROTECT SCENIC QUALITIES, WILDLIFE HABITAT, PLANTS, WATER RESOURCES, AND PRESERVE AGRICULTURAL LAND.
Archuleta35 North & 34 North5 West252375000La Plata Open Space Conservancy2009It is the primary purpose of this Conservation Easement to protect and enhance the Property¿s existing wildlife habitat and migration corridor, and it is the secondary purpose to protect the Property¿s productive grazing land and cropland which can yield significant public benefit, and to assure that the Property will be retained forever predominantly in its natural, agricultural, scenic and open space condition and to prevent any use of the Property that will significantly impair or interfere with the Conservation Values of the Property. Grantor intends that this Conservation Easement will confine the use of the Property to such activities, including those involving habitat enhancement, farming, ranching, and limited residential uses as are not inconsistent with the purpose of this Conservation Easement.
Archuleta33N2W6953500Southwest Land Alliance2009Wildlife habitat & open space
Archuleta34N1W220375000Southwest Land Alliance2008Relatively natural habitat & open space
Archuleta36N2W351375000Southwest Land Alliance, Inc.2007Protect scenic qualities, wildlife habitat, plants, water resources, and agricultural land.
BOULDER1 S.71 W.151375000COLORADO OPEN LANDS 2007PROTECTION OF RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS OR ECOSYSTEM. PRESERVATION OF OPEN SPACE FOR SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC, AND PURSUANT TO CLEARLY DELINEATED GOVERNMENTAL POLICIES, YIELDING A SIGNIFICANT PUBLIC BENEFIT.
BOULDER 3N73W46125000Estes Valley Land Trust2007PROTECTION OF RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS OR ECOSYSTEM. PRESERVATION OF OPEN SPACE FOR SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC, AND PURSUANT TO CLEARLY DELINEATED GOVERNMENTAL POLICIES, YIELDING A SIGNIFICANT PUBLIC BENEFIT.
BOULDER1 SOUTH71 WEST153375000COLORADO OPEN LANDS2008THE PROTECTION OF RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITANT OF WILDLIFE AND PLANTS.
BOULDER1 SOUTH71 WEST153375000COLORADO OPEN LANDS2008THE PROTECTION OF RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITANT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS, OR ECOSYSTEMS.
BOULDER1 SOUTH71 WEST153375000COLORADO OPEN LANDS2008THE PROTECTION OF RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITANT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS, OR ECOSYSTEMS.
BOULDER1 SOUTH71 WEST153375000COLORADO OPEN LANDS2008THE PROTECTION OF RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITANT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS, OR ECOSYSTEMS.
BOULDER1 SOUTH71 WEST153375000COLROADO OPEN LANDS2008THE PROTECTION OF RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITANT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS, OR ECOSYSTEMS.
BOULDER1 SOUTH71 WEST153375000COLORADO OPEN LANDS2008THE PROTECTION OF RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITANT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS, OR ECOSYSTEMS.
BOULDER1 NORTH71 WEST580000BOULDER COUNTY2008THESE FEATURES AND THE SIGNIFICANT NATURAL, ENVIRONMENTA, OPEN SPACE AND WILDLIFE HABITANT ATTRIBUTES OF THE PROEPRTY CONSTITUTE THE PROPRETY'S PRIMARY CONSERVATION VALUES.
BOULDER1 NORTH71 WEST580000BOULDER COUNTY2008THESE FEATURES AND THE SIGNIFICANT NATURAL, ENVIRONMENTAL,OPEN SPACE AND WILDLIFE HABITANT ATTRIBUTES OF THE PROPERTY CONSTITUTE THE PROPERTY PRIMARY CONSERVATION VALUES.
Boulder1 S71 W151375000Colorado Open Lands2007Protection of relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants or ecosystems. Preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public, and pursuant to clearly delineated governmental policies, yieling a signficant public benefit.
Boulder1 N71 W587500Boulder County, Parks and Open Space2007Multiple purposes, including preserving and protecting open space and wildlife values and creek corrido and riparian values.
Boulder1 N72 W9102500Boulder County2007The Property is located at an elevation of 8,000 feet in the Montane Life Zone of the Rocky Mountains and consists of conifer forests, open meadows, and rock outcroppings on a moderate to steep south-facing slope. Visible from Primos Road/CR 122, the Property is nearly surrounded by United States Forest Service land. The forest contains a mix of ponderosa pine, common jupiter and Douglas fir. Other plant communities found on the Property include yarrow, barrel cactus, common harebell, mariposa lily, currents, bearberry, and various grasses and wildflowers. The Property is an important part of the wildlife habitat for mountain lion, coyote, bobcat, deer and raptors and also provides habitat for a variety of additional wildlife species, including small mammals and migratory and resident birds. These features and the significant natural, environmental, open space and wildlife habitat attributes of the Property constitute the Property's primary conservation values (the "Conservation Values").
Boulder1 S71 W151375000Colorado Open Lands20071. Protection of relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants or ecosystems. 2. Preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public, and pursuant to clearly delineated governmental policies, yielding a significant public benefit.
Boulder1 S71 W151375000Colorado Open Lands2007Protection of relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants or ecosystems. Preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public, and pursuant to clearly delineated governmental policies, yielding a significant public benefit.
Boulder1 S71 W151375000Colorado Open Lands2007Protection of relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants or ecosystems. Preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general publc, and pursuant to clearly delineated governmental policies, yielding a significant public benefit.
Boulder3N73W46125000Estes Valley Land Trust2007Protection of relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants, and ecosystems. Preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public.
Boulder1 S71 W15113397Colorado Open Lands20071. Protection of relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants or ecosystems. 2. Preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public, and pursuant to clearly delineated governmental policies, yielding a significant public benefit.
Boulder1N72W105210000Boulder County2012Wildlife habitat & open space
Boulder1 S71 W15117876Colorado Open Lands2007The protection of relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants, or ecosystems. The preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public and pursuant to clearly delineated governmental conservation policies yielding a significant public benefit.
Boulder1 South71 West1535853Colorado Open Lands2008The protection of relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants, or ecosystems. The preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public and pursuant to clearly delineated governmental conservation policies yielding a significant public benefit.
Boulder1 S71 W25953Colorado Open Lands2007Protection of relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants or ecosystems. Preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public, and pursuant to clearly delineated governmental policies, yielding a significant public benefit.
Boulder2N72W120182500Boulder County2010Wildlife habitat & open space
Boulder3N70W40345000Boulder County2010The conservation purposes furthered by my donation are Relatively Natural Habitat and Scenic Open Space. The Property includes relatively natural habitat and its conservation will protect local and regionally significant terrestrial natural communities. The Property¿s open meadows, drainages and natural areas contribute to the ecological viability of nearby protected lands. This Easement preserves open space pursuant to a clearly delineated federal, state or local governmental policy, or for the scenic enjoyment of the general public and yields a significant public benefit.
Boulder3N70W40345000Boulder County2010The conservation purposes furthered by my donation are Relatively Natural Habitat and Scenic Open Space. The Property includes relatively natural habitat and its conservation will protect local and regionally significant terrestrial natural communities. The Property¿s open meadows, drainages and natural areas contribute to the ecological viability of nearby protected lands. This Easement preserves open space pursuant to a clearly delineated federal, state or local governmental policy, or for the scenic enjoyment of the general public and yields a significant public benefit.
Boulder2N72W105190000Boulder County2009Relatively natural habitat, open space and scenic enjoyment.
Boulder2N72W10563333Boulder County2009Relatively natural habitat, open space and scenic enjoyment.
Boulder2N70W35209425Boulder County2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Boulder1S72W35140000Boulder County2009Relatively natural habitat, open space and scenic enjoyment.
Boulder1S71W15313397Colorado Open Lands2008The protection of relatively natura habitat of fish, wildlife, plants or ecosystems.
Boulder1N70W041261City of Boulder2008To protect the wildlife habitat of the Four Mile Canyon Creek corridor.
Boulder1N70W080095City of Boulder2008To protect the wildlife habitat of the Four Mile Canyon Creek corridor.
Boulder1N70W0121356City Of Boulder2008To protect the wildlife habitat of the Four Mile Canyon Creek corridor.
Boulder2N6976375000Boulder County2008To assure the land preservation and utilization in pertuity as prime agricultural land.
Boulder1S71W153375000Colorado Open Lands2008Wildlife habitat & open space
Boulder1N72W593500Boulder County2008Wildlife habitat & open space
Boulder1S71W1511Colorado Open Lands2007Wildlife habitat & open space
Boulder1S71W1511Colorado Open Lands2007Wildlife habitat & open space
Boulder1S71W1511Colorado Open Lands2007Wildlife habitat & open space
Boulder1S71W1511Colorado Open Lands2007Wildlife habitat & open space
Boulder1S71W1511Colorado Open Lands2007Wildlife habitat & open space
Boulder1 South71 West15317850Colorado Open Lands2008The protection of relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants, or ecosystem. The preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public and pursuant to clearly delineated governmental conservation policies yielding a significant public benefit.
Boulder1 S71 W15113397Colorado Open Lands20071. Protection of relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants or ecosystems. 2. Preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public, and pursuant to clearly delineated governmental policies, yielding a significant public benefit.
Boulder 2N72W120182500Boulder County2010Wildlife habitat & open space
CHAFFEESALIDA8318360500COLORADO CATTLEMENS AG LAND TRUST2007PRESERVATION OF RANCHING AND RANCH LAND
CHAFFEESALIDA8127375000CATTLEMEN'S AG LAND TRUST2009THE PRESERVATION OF RANCH LAND, RANCHING AND NATURAL HABITAT
CHAFFEESALIDA8127375000COLORADO CATTLEMEN'S AG LAND TRUST2009THE PRESERVATION OF RANCH LAND, RANCHING AND NATURAL HABITAT
CHAFFEESALIDA8127375000COLORADO CATTLEMEN'S AG LAND TRUST2009THE PRESERVATION OF RANCH LAND, RANCHING AND NATURAL HABITAT
CHAFFEESALIDA8127375000COLORADO CATTLEMEN'S AG LAND TRUST2009THE PRESERVATION OF RANCHING AND RANCH LAND AND NATURAL HABITAT
CHAFFEESALIDA8127375000COLORADO CATTLEMEN'S AG LAND TRUST2009THE PRESERVATION OF RANCH LAND, RANCHING, AND NATURAL HABITAT
CHAFFEESALIDA8318360500COLORADO CATTLEMENS AG LAND TRUST2007PRESERVATION OF RANCHING AND RANCH LAND
CHAFFEESALIDA8318360500COLORADO CATTLEMENS AG LAND TRUST2007PRESERVATION OF RANCHING AND RANCH LAND
CHAFFEESALIDA8318360500COLORADO CATTLEMENS AG LAND TRUST2007PRESERVATION OF RANCHING AND RANCH LAND
CHAFFEESALIDA8127375000COLORADO CATTELEMEN'S AG LAND TRUST2009THE PRESERVATION OF RANCH LAND, RANCHING AND NATURAL HABITAT
CHAFFEESALIDA8318360500COLORADO CATTLEMEN'S AG LAND TRUST2007THE PRESERVATION OF RANCH LAND, RANCHING AND NATURAL HABITAT
CHAFFEESALIDA8318360500COLORADO CATTLEMENS AG LAND TRUST2007PRESERVATION OF RANCHING, AND RANCH LAND
CHAFFEESALIDA8318360500COLORADO CATTLEMENS AG LAND TRUST2007PRESERVATION OF RANCHING AND RANCH LAND
CHEYENNE13 S.44 W.0375000COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007THE CONSERVATION PURPOSES FURTHERED BY THIS DONATION INCLUDE THE PROTECTION OF RELA- TIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEMS, AS WELL AS THE PROTECTION OF CERTAINM OPEN SPACE INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND. THE PROPER- TY POSSESSES AGRICAULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCEWNIC AND WILDLIFE VALUES(COLLECTIVELY TH CONSERVATION VALUESS) OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR, THE PEOPLE OF CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECIFICALLY THE PROPERTY FEATURES AN INORDINATE AMOUNT OF SUBSURFACE SAND AND GRAVEL POTENTIAL MINING OPERATIONS WOULD CAUSE DEGADATION OF THE SCENIC AND WILDLIFE FEATURE IN THE AREA. SIGNIFICANT NATURAL ELEMENTS INCLUDING DIVERSE FLOR AND FAUNA ON THIS PROPERTY MAKE THE PROPERTY WORTHY OF PRESERVING IN ITS NATURAL STATE. A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE PROPERTY IS NATIVE GRASS PASTURE IN THE CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM. LEAVING THE LAND IN THIS STATE PREVENTRS SOIL EROSION AND ALLOWS FLORA AND FAUNA TO FLOURISH. THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT AS SOME THREATENED AND SPECIAL CONCERN ANIMAL SPECIES MAY BE FOUND ON THE PROPERTY.
CHEYENNE14 S.45 W.40375000COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007THE PROPERTY POSSESSES AGRICULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCENIC AND WILDLIFE VALUES(collectively, the CONSERVATION VALUES) OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR THE PEOPLE OF CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECIFICALLY THE PROPERTY FEATURES AN INORDINATE AMOUNT OF SUBSURFACE SAND AND GRAVEL. POTENTIAL MINING OPERATIONS WOULD CAUSE DEGRADATION OF THE SCENICAND WILDLIFE FEATURES IN THE AREA. SIGNIFICANT NATURAL ELEMENTS, INCLUDING DIVERSE FLORA AND FAUNA ON THIS PROPERTY MAKE THE PROPERTY WORTHY OF PRESERVING IN ITS NATURAL STATE
CHEYENNE14 S45 W40187500COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007THE PROPERTY POSSESSES AGRICULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCENIC AND WILDLIFE VALUES(collectively, the CONSERVATION VALUES) OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR THE PEOPLE OF CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECIFICALLY THE PROPERTY FEATURES AN INORDINATE AMOUNT OF SUBSURFACE SAND AND GRAVEL. POTENTIAL MINING OPERATIONS WOULD CAUSE DEGRADATION OF THE SCENICAND WILDLIFE FEATURES IN THE AREA. SIGNIFICANT NATURAL ELEMENTS, INCLUDING DIVERSE FLORA AND FAUNA ON THIS PROPERTY MAKE THE PROPERTY WORTHY OF PRESERVING IN ITS NATURAL STATE
CHEYENNE14 S45 W40187500COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007THE PROPERTY POSSESSES AGRICULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCENIC AND WILDLIFE VALUES(collectively, the CONSERVATION VALUES) OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR THE PEOPLE OF CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECIFICALLY THE PROPERTY FEATURES AN INORDINATE AMOUNT OF SUBSURFACE SAND AND GRAVEL. POTENTIAL MINING OPERATIONS WOULD CAUSE DEGRADATION OF THE SCENICAND WILDLIFE FEATURES IN THE AREA. SIGNIFICANT NATURAL ELEMENTS, INCLUDING DIVERSE FLORA AND FAUNA ON THIS PROPERTY MAKE THE PROPERTY WORTHY OF PRESERVING IN ITS NATURAL STATE
CHEYENNE14 S.45 W.40375000COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007THE PROPERTY POSSESSES AGRICULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCENIC AND WILDLIFE VALUES(collectively, the CONSERVATION VALUES) OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR THE PEOPLE OF CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECIFICALLY THE PROPERTY FEATURES AN INORDINATE AMOUNT OF SUBSURFACE SAND AND GRAVEL. POTENTIAL MINING OPERATIONS WOULD CAUSE DEGRADATION OF THE SCENICAND WILDLIFE FEATURES IN THE AREA. SIGNIFICANT NATURAL ELEMENTS, INCLUDING DIVERSE FLORA AND FAUNA ON THIS PROPERTY MAKE THE PROPERTY WORTHY OF PRESERVING IN ITS NATURAL STATE
CHEYENNE14 S.44 W.40375000COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007CONSERVATION PURPOSE IS TO PROTECT RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT FOR SUCH SPECIES AS MOUNTAIN LION, BLACK BEAR, ELK, MULE DEER, GOLDEN EAGLE AND NUMEROUS SONGBIRDS AND SMALL MAMMALS. THE CONSERVATION PURPOSE IS ALSO TO PRESERVE THE SCENIC ENJOYMENT FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND PROTECT PRODUCTIVE AGRICULTURAL LAND INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND. THE PROPERTY POSSESSES AGRICULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCENIC AND WILDLIFE VALUES(collectivel, the CONSERVATION VALUES) OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR, THE PEOPLE OF CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECIFICALLY, THE PROPERTY IS AN UNDISTURBED NATIVE SHORT-GRASS PRAIRIE THAT LIES IN THE HIGH PLAINS THROUGH WHICH WILLOW CREEK FLOWS. THE DIVERSITY OF THE TOPOGRAPHY OFFERS HABITATS FOR A VARIETY OF FLORA AND FAUNA. LAND IN THE AREA IS USED AS PASTURE, IRRIGATED FARMLAND AND THE URBAN LANDSCAPE OF THE TOWN OF CHEYENNE WELLS IS 1 1/2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF THE PROPERTY. RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES INCLUDE BIRD WATCHING, SMALL AND BIG GAME HUNTING. TRAVELERS ALONG THE CHEYENNE COUNTY ROADS AND US HWY 385 ENJOY THE SCENIC VIEW PROVIDED BY THE PROPERTY.
CHEYENNE14 S.45 W.403750COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007THE CONSERVATION PURPOSE FURTHERED BY THIS DONATION INCLUDE THE PROTECTION OF A RELA- TIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEM, AS WELL AS THE PROTECTION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE, INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND. THE PROPERTY POSSESSES AGRICULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCENIC AND WILDLIFE VALUES(collectively the CONSERVATION VALUES) OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR, THE PEOPLE OF CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECIFICALLY,THE PROPERTY FEATURES AN INORDINATE AMOUNT OF SUBSURFACE SAND AND GRAVEL. POTENTIAL MINING OPERATIONS WOULD CAUSE DEGRADATION OF THE SCENIC AND WILDLIFE FEATURES IN THE AREA. SIGNIFICANT NATURAL ELEMENTS INCLUDING DIVERSE FLORA AND FAUNA ON THIS PROPERTY MAKE THE PROPERTY WORTHY OF PRESERVING IN ITS NATURAL STATE. A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE PROPERTY IS A NATIVE GRASS PASTURE IN THE CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM. LEAVING THE LAND IN THIS STATE PREVENTS SOIL EROSION AND ALLOWS FLORA AND FAUNA TO FLOURISH. THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT AS SOME THREATEN ED AND SPECIAL CONCERN ANIMAL SPECIES MAY BE FOUND ON THE PROPERTY.
CHEYENNE13 S45 W40375000COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007THE CONSERVATION PURPOSES FURTHERED BY THIS DONATION INCLUDE THE PROTECTION OF RELA- TIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEMS, AS WELL AS THE PROTECTION OF CERTAINM OPEN SPACE INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND. THE PROPER- TY POSSESSES AGRICAULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCEWNIC AND WILDLIFE VALUES(COLLECTIVELY TH CONSERVATION VALUESS) OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR, THE PEOPLE OF CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECIFICALLY THE PROPERTY FEATURES AN INORDINATE AMOUNT OF SUBSURFACE SAND AND GRAVEL POTENTIAL MINING OPERATIONS WOULD CAUSE DEGADATION OF THE SCENIC AND WILDLIFE FEATURE IN THE AREA. SIGNIFICANT NATURAL ELEMENTS INCLUDING DIVERSE FLOR AND FAUNA ON THIS PROPERTY MAKE THE PROPERTY WORTHY OF PRESERVING IN ITS NATURAL STATE. A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE PROPERTY IS NATIVE GRASS PASTURE IN THE CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM. LEAVING THE LAND IN THIS STATE PREVENTRS SOIL EROSION AND ALLOWS FLORA AND FAUNA TO FLOURISH. THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT AS SOME THREATENED AND SPECIAL CONCERN ANIMAL SPECIES MAY BE FOUND ON THE PROPERTY.
CHEYENNE13 S.45 W. 40375000COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007THE CONSERVATION PURPOSE FURTHERED BY THIS DONATION INCLUDE THE PROTECTION OF A RELA- TIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEM, AS WELL AS THE PROTECTION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE, INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND. THE PROPERTY POSSESSES AGRICULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCENIC AND WILDLIFE VALUES(collectively the CONSERVATION VALUES) OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR, THE PEOPLE OF CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECIFICALLY,THE PROPERTY FEATURES AN INORDINATE AMOUNT OF SUBSURFACE SAND AND GRAVEL. POTENTIAL MINING OPERATIONS WOULD CAUSE DEGRADATION OF THE SCENIC AND WILDLIFE FEATURES IN THE AREA. SIGNIFICANT NATURAL ELEMENTS INCLUDING DIVERSE FLORA AND FAUNA ON THIS PROPERTY MAKE THE PROPERTY WORTHY OF PRESERVING IN ITS NATURAL STATE. A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE PROPERTY IS A NATIVE GRASS PASTURE IN THE CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM. LEAVING THE LAND IN THIS STATE PREVENTS SOIL EROSION AND ALLOWS FLORA AND FAUNA TO FLOURISH. THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT AS SOME THREATEN ED AND SPECIAL CONCERN ANIMAL SPECIES MAY BE FOUND ON THE PROPERTY.
CHEYENNE14 S45 W40375000COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007THE CONSERVATION PURPOSE FURTHERED BY THIS DONATION INCLUDE THE PROTECTION OF A RELA- TIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEM, AS WELL AS THE PROTECTION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE, INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND. THE PROPERTY POSSESSES AGRICULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCENIC AND WILDLIFE VALUES(collectively the CONSERVATION VALUES) OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR, THE PEOPLE OF CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECIFICALLY,THE PROPERTY FEATURES AN INORDINATE AMOUNT OF SUBSURFACE SAND AND GRAVEL. POTENTIAL MINING OPERATIONS WOULD CAUSE DEGRADATION OF THE SCENIC AND WILDLIFE FEATURES IN THE AREA. SIGNIFICANT NATURAL ELEMENTS INCLUDING DIVERSE FLORA AND FAUNA ON THIS PROPERTY MAKE THE PROPERTY WORTHY OF PRESERVING IN ITS NATURAL STATE. A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE PROPERTY IS A NATIVE GRASS PASTURE IN THE CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM. LEAVING THE LAND IN THIS STATE PREVENTS SOIL EROSION AND ALLOWS FLORA AND FAUNA TO FLOURISH. THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT AS SOME THREATEN ED AND SPECIAL CONCERN ANIMAL SPECIES MAY BE FOUND ON THE PROPERTY.
CHEYENNE14 S45 W40371250COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007THE CONSERVATION PURPOSE FURTHERED BY THIS DONATION INCLUDE THE PROTECTION OF A RELA- TIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEM, AS WELL AS THE PROTECTION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE, INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND. THE PROPERTY POSSESSES AGRICULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCENIC AND WILDLIFE VALUES(collectively the CONSERVATION VALUES) OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR, THE PEOPLE OF CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECIFICALLY,THE PROPERTY FEATURES AN INORDINATE AMOUNT OF SUBSURFACE SAND AND GRAVEL. POTENTIAL MINING OPERATIONS WOULD CAUSE DEGRADATION OF THE SCENIC AND WILDLIFE FEATURES IN THE AREA. SIGNIFICANT NATURAL ELEMENTS INCLUDING DIVERSE FLORA AND FAUNA ON THIS PROPERTY MAKE THE PROPERTY WORTHY OF PRESERVING IN ITS NATURAL STATE. A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE PROPERTY IS A NATIVE GRASS PASTURE IN THE CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM. LEAVING THE LAND IN THIS STATE PREVENTS SOIL EROSION AND ALLOWS FLORA AND FAUNA TO FLOURISH. THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT AS SOME THREATEN ED AND SPECIAL CONCERN ANIMAL SPECIES MAY BE FOUND ON THE PROPERTY.
CHEYENNE13 S44 W40375000COLORADO NATURAL LAND TRUST2007THE CONSERVATION PURPOSE FURTHERED BY THIS DONATION INCLUDE THE PROTECTION OF A RELA- TIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEM, AS WELL AS THE PROTECTION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE, INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND. THE PROPERTY POSSESSES AGRICULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCENIC AND WILDLIFE VALUES(collectively the CONSERVATION VALUES) OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR, THE PEOPLE OF CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECIFICALLY,THE PROPERTY FEATURES AN INORDINATE AMOUNT OF SUBSURFACE SAND AND GRAVEL. POTENTIAL MINING OPERATIONS WOULD CAUSE DEGRADATION OF THE SCENIC AND WILDLIFE FEATURES IN THE AREA. SIGNIFICANT NATURAL ELEMENTS INCLUDING DIVERSE FLORA AND FAUNA ON THIS PROPERTY MAKE THE PROPERTY WORTHY OF PRESERVING IN ITS NATURAL STATE. A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE PROPERTY IS A NATIVE GRASS PASTURE IN THE CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM. LEAVING THE LAND IN THIS STATE PREVENTS SOIL EROSION AND ALLOWS FLORA AND FAUNA TO FLOURISH. THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT AS SOME THREATEN ED AND SPECIAL CONCERN ANIMAL SPECIES MAY BE FOUND ON THE PROPERTY.
CONEJOS35 N11 EAST NMPM3238285000RIO GRANDE HEADWATERS LAND TRUST2009TO ENABLE THE PROPERTY TO RETAIN, IN PERPETUITY ITS OPEN SPACE AND SCENIC QUALITIES, ITS AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY, WILDLIFE HABITAT, AND BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY AS DOCUMENTED IN THE BASELINE REPORT. THIS EASEMENT WILL ALSO PREVENT ANY USE OF THE PROPERTY, WHICH WILL MATERIALLY IMPAIR OR INTERFERE WITH THE CONSERVATION VALUES; TO PREVENT THE SEVERANCE OF WATER RIGHTS, WHICH WOULD MATERIALLY IMPAIR THE WETLANDS AND WILDLIFE HABITAT; TO FACILITATE THE PROTECTION OF THE RIO GRANDE RIVER CORRIDOR; AND TO FACILITATE THE CONSERVATION OF WATER QUALITY, WETLANDS, WILDLIFE HABITAT, AND THE 100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN.
CROWLEY22 S58 W158375000THE GREENLANDS RESERVE2007THE CONSERVATION PURPOSE FURTHERED BY THIS DONATION INCLUDE THE PROTECTION OF A RELA- TIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF FISH, WILDLIFE, PLANTS, OR SIMILAR ECOSYSTEMS AS WELL AS THE PROTECTION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE, INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND. THERE IS A LARGE RIPARIAN AREA ON THE ARKANSAS RIVER JUST SOUTH OF THE PROPERTY. APPROXIMATELY 75% OF THE WILDLIFE SPECIES KNON OR LIKELY TO OCCUR IN COLORADO ARE DEPENDENT ON RIPARIAN AREA DURING ALL OR A PORTION OF THEIR LIFE CYCLE. THIS IS ESPECIALLY SINIFICANT WHEN WE REALIZE THAT RIPARIAN AREA MAKE UP LESS THAN 1% OF LAND MASS IN COLORADO.
CROWLEY22 S58 W160150750THE GREENLANDS RESERVE2007CONSERVATION PURPOSE IS TO PROTECT RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT FOR SUCH SPECIES AS MOUNTAIN LION, BLACK BEAR, ELK, MULE DEER, GOLDEN EAGLE AND NUMEROUS SONGBIRDS AND SMALL MAMMALS. THE CONSERVATION PURPOSE IS ALSO TO PRESERVE THE SCENIC ENJOYMENT FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND PROTECT PRODUCTIVE AGRICULTURAL LAND INCLUDING FARMLAND AND FOREST LAND. THE PROPERTY POSSESSES AGRICULTURAL, ECOLOGICAL, HISTORIC, RECREATIONAL, SCENIC AND WILDLIFE VALUES(collectivel, the CONSERVATION VALUES) OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO GRANTOR, THE PEOPLE OF PROWERS, COUNTY, COLORADO, AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO. SPECIFICALLY, NATIVE SHORT-GRASS PORTION OF THE PROPERTY HOSTS SAND SAGE BUSH, A PLANT SPECIES UPON WHICH CERTAIN DECLINING SAGEBRUSH-DEPENDENT SPECIES RELY. THE COLORADO DIV. OF WILDLIFE HAS TAKEN PARTICULAR INTEREST IN HABITAT NEEDS AND MANAGEMENT FOR SUCH SPECIES. THE CHANNEL OF THE ARKANSAS RIVER RUNS NORTH OF THE PROPERTY, AND THE PROPERTY SERVES AS AN IMPORTANT CORRIDOR FOR NUMEROUS WILDLIFE SPECIES. THE REST OF THE PROPERTY IS IRRIGATED CROP LAND.
CROWLEY 21S58W182362450LOWER ARKANSAS VALLEY WATER CONSERVACY DISTRICT 2010Maintain in open space and irrigated cropland to conserve and protect teh flora and fauna of the area.
CUSTER22 SOUTH70 WEST520375000SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2007HABITAT FOR WILDLIFE AND PLANTS THAT INCLUDE ELK, BLACK BEAR, MULE DEER, MOUNTAIN LION, BOBCAT, GOLDEN EAGLES AND OTHER BIRDS. THE PROPERTY LIES IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO AND COMPLIMENTS ADDITIONAL CONSERVATION EASEMENT PROPERTIES, INCLUDING THE CONTIGUOUS 160 ACRE MESERVE CONSERVATION EASEMENT AND NEARBY 565 ACRE SINGING ACRES RANCH.
CUSTER2270 WEST of the 6thP.M.245320500SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2007THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT IS TO PRESERVE AND TO PROTECT IN PERPETUITY THE CONSERVATION VALUES OF THE PROPERTTY AND THE WATER RIGHTS, AND IN PARTICULAR THE CHA- RACTERISTICS OF THE PROPERTY THAT MAKE IT VALUABLE WILDLIFE HABITAT FOR THE GROUSE, WHILE ALLOWING GRANTORS TO GROW AND HARVEST HAY AND OTHER LIMITED CROPS(SUBJECT TO THE TERMS OF THE EASEMENT), TO GRAZE LIVESTOCK, TO USE THE PROPERTY FOR HUNTING, FISHING, RECREATION AND SUCH OTHER USES THAT ARE NOT PROHIBITED BY THIS EASEMENT, SUB JECT TO CERTAIN LIMITATIONS AS SET FORTH IN THIS EASEMENT. SUBJECT TO THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT, GRANTORS, AND GRANTEE INTEND TO PERMIT ONLY SPECIFIC ENUMERATED USES AND OTHER USE OF HTE PROPERTY AND WATER RIGHTS THAT DO NOT SUBSTANTIALLY DIMINISH OR IMPAIR THE PROPERTY'S CONSERVATION VALUES AND TO PREVENT ANY USE OF THE PROPERTY AND WATER RIGHTS THAT WILL SUBSTANTIALLY IMPAIR OR INTERFERE WITH PROTECTING THE PROPERTY'S CONSERVATION VALUES.
CUSTER2270 WEST of the 6th P.M.245320500SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2007THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT IS TO PRESERVE AND TO PROTECT IN PERPETUITY THE CONSERVATION VALUES OF THE PROPERTTY AND THE WATER RIGHTS, AND IN PARTICULAR THE CHA- RACTERISTICS OF THE PROPERTY THAT MAKE IT VALUABLE WILDLIFE HABITAT FOR THE GROUSE, WHILE ALLOWING GRANTORS TO GROW AND HARVEST HAY AND OTHER LIMITED CROPS(SUBJECT TO THE TERMS OF THE EASEMENT), TO GRAZE LIVESTOCK, TO USE THE PROPERTY FOR HUNTING, FISHING, RECREATION AND SUCH OTHER USES THAT ARE NOT PROHIBITED BY THIS EASEMENT, SUB JECT TO CERTAIN LIMITATIONS AS SET FORTH IN THIS EASEMENT. SUBJECT TO THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT, GRANTORS, AND GRANTEE INTEND TO PERMIT ONLY SPECIFIC ENUMERATED USES AND OTHER USE OF HTE PROPERTY AND WATER RIGHTS THAT DO NOT SUBSTANTIALLY DIMINISH OR IMPAIR THE PROPERTY'S CONSERVATION VALUES AND TO PREVENT ANY USE OF THE PROPERTY AND WATER RIGHTS THAT WILL SUBSTANTIALLY IMPAIR OR INTERFERE WITH PROTECTING THE PROPERTY'S CONSERVATION VALUES.
CUSTER22 SOUTH70 WEST189283500SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008FOR THE EXCLUSIVE PURPOSE OF ASSURING THAT, UNDER GRANTEE'S PERPETUAL STEWARDSHIP, THE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY, OPEN SPACE, CHARACTER, WILDLIFE HABITAT, AND SCENIC QUALITIES OF THE PROPERTY WILL BE CONSERVED FOREVER
CUSTER21 SOUTH73 WEST OF THE 6TH PM1575375000SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008IT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT TO PROTECT THE CONSERVATION VALUES BY ASSURING THAT THE PROPERTY WILL BE PERPECTUALLY PRESERVED IN ITS PREDOMINANTLY NATURAL, SCENIC, AGRICULTURAL AND OPEN SPACE CONDITION.
CUSTER21 SOUTH73 WEST OF THE 6TH PM1575375000SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008IT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT TO PROTECT THE CONSERVATION VALUES BY ASSURING THAT THE PROPERTY WILL BE PERPECTUALLY PRESERVED IN ITS PREDOMINANTLY NATURAL, SCENIC, AGRICULTURAL AND OPEN SPACE CONDITION.
CUSTER21 SOUTH73 WEST OF THE 6TH PM1575375000SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008IT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT TO PROTECT THE CONSERVATION VALUES BY ASSURING THAT THE PROPERTY WILL BE PERPECTUALLY PRESERVED IN ITS PREDOMINANTLY NATURAL, SCENIC, AGRICULTURAL AND OPEN SPACE CONDITION.
CUSTER24 SOUTH72 WEST247073968SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008TO PROTECT SCENIC QUALITIES WILDLIFE HABITANT, PLANTS, WATER RESOURCES ADN PRESERVE AGRICULTURAL LAND.
CUSTER24 SOUTH72 WEST2470369840SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008TO PROTECT SCENIC QUALITIES WILDLIFE HABITANT, PLANTS, WATER RESOURCES ADN PRESERVE AGRICULTURAL LAND.
CUSTERT22SR69 AND 70W346375000SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008CONSERVATION EASEMENT
CUSTER24 SOUTH72 WEST247073968SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008TO PROTECT SCENIC QUALITIES WILDLIFE HABITANT, PLANTS, WATER RESOURCES ADN PRESERVE AGRICULTURAL LAND.
CUSTER24 SOUTH72 WEST247073968SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008TO PROTECT SCENIC QUALITIES WILDLIFE HABITANT, PLANTS, WATER RESOURCES ADN PRESERVE AGRICULTURAL LAND.
CUSTER24 SOUTH72 WEST247073968SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008TO PROTECT SCENIC QUALITIES WILDLIFE HABITANT, PLANTS, WATER RESOURCES ADN PRESERVE AGRICULTURAL LAND.
CUSTER21 SOUTH73 WEST OF THE 6TH PM1575375000SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008IT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT TO PROTECT THE CONSERVATION VALUES BY ASSURING THAT THE PROPERTY WILL BE PERPECTUALLY PRESERVED IN ITS PREDOMINANTLY NATURAL, SCENIC, AGRICULTURAL AND OPEN SPACE CONDITION.
CUSTER21 SOUTH73 WEST OF THE 6TH PM1575375000SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008IT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT TO PROTECT THE CONSERVATION VALUES BY ASSURING THAT THE PROPERTY WILL BE PERPECTUALLY PRESERVED IN ITS PREDOMINANTLY NATURAL, SCENIC, AGRICULTURAL AND OPEN SPACE CONDITION.
CUSTER24S73W 8230000LAND TRUST OF THE UPPER ARKANSAS2011The conservation purposes furthered by the gift are the protection of a relatively natural habitat of wildlife and plants, and the preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public, pursuant to clearly delineated state and local government conservation policies. Relatively Natural Habitat: The Property contains excellent habitat for a variety of wildlife species, including black bear, mountain lion, elk, mule deer, small mammals and songbirds. The mixed conifer and aspen forest provide habitat for Flammulated Owl and Northern Goshawk, both Tier 1 species of greatest conservation need as identified in Colorado¿s Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy. In addition, Evening Grosbeak and Red Crossbill utilize the forest. Open Space & Development Buffer: The relatively open and natural space acts as a buffer for San Isabel National Forest and the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness Area which to the immediate west of the Property. Scenic: The Property is an important scenic resource due to its proximity to the Rainbow Trail, a popular hiking trail. The Rainbow Trail traverses National Forest property directly upslope from the Property. Any additional development would be visible from the Rainbow Trail.
CUSTER24S73W8230000LAND TRUST OF THE UPPER ARKANSAS2011The conservation purposes furthered by the gift are the protection of a relatively natural habitat of wildlife and plants, and the preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public, pursuant to clearly delineated state and local government conservation policies. Relatively Natural Habitat: The Property contains excellent habitat for a variety of wildlife species, including black bear, mountain lion, elk, mule deer, small mammals and songbirds. The mixed conifer and aspen forest provide habitat for Flammulated Owl and Northern Goshawk, both Tier 1 species of greatest conservation need as identified in Colorado¿s Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy. In addition, Evening Grosbeak and Red Crossbill utilize the forest. Open Space & Development Buffer: The relatively open and natural space acts as a buffer for San Isabel National Forest and the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness Area which to the immediate west of the Property. Scenic: The Property is an important scenic resource due to its proximity to the Rainbow Trail, a popular hiking trail. The Rainbow Trail traverses National Forest property directly upslope from the Property. Any additional development would be visible from the Rainbow Trail.
CUSTER24S73W8260000LAND TRUST OF THE UPPER ARKANSAS2011The conservation purposes furthered by the gift are the protection of a relatively natural habitat of wildlife and plants, and the preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public, pursuant to clearly delineated state and local government conservation policies. Relatively Natural Habitat: The Property contains excellent habitat for a variety of wildlife species, including black bear, mountain lion, elk, mule deer, small mammals and songbirds. The mixed conifer and aspen forest provide habitat for Flammulated Owl and Northern Goshawk, both Tier 1 species of greatest conservation need as identified in Colorado¿s Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy. In addition, Evening Grosbeak and Red Crossbill utilize the forest. Open Space & Development Buffer: The relatively open and natural space acts as a buffer for San Isabel National Forest and the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness Area which to the immediate west of the Property. Scenic: The Property is an important scenic resource due to its proximity to the Rainbow Trail, a popular hiking trail. The Rainbow Trail traverses National Forest property directly upslope from the Property. Any additional development would be visible from the Rainbow Trail.
CUSTER23S73W3357500SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2010Wildlife habitat and agricultural production.
CUSTER24 SOUTH72 WEST247073968SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008TO PROTECT SCENIC QUALITIES WILDLIFE HABITANT, PLANTS, WATER RESOURCES ADN PRESERVE AGRICULTURAL LAND.
CUSTER21 SOUTH73 WEST1575375000SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008IT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT TO PROTECT THE CONSERVATION VALUES BY ASSURING THAT THE PROPERTY WILL BE PERPECTUALLY PRESERVED IN ITS PREDOMINANTLY NATURAL, SCENIC, AGRICULTURAL AND OPEN SPACE CONDITION.
CUSTER21 SOUTH73 WEST OF THE 6TH PM1575375000SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008IT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT TO PROTECT THE CONSERVATION VALUES BY ASSURING THAT THE PROPERTY WILL BE PERPECTUALLY PRESERVED IN ITS PREDOMINANTLY NATURAL, SCENIC, AGRICULTURAL AND OPEN SPACE CONDITION.
CUSTER24 SOUTH72 WEST OF THE 6TH P.M.480240000SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2007TO PROTEXT SCENIC QUALITIES, WILDLIFE HABITAT. PLANTS, WATER RESOURCES AND TO PRESERVE AGRICULTURAL LAND.
CUSTER COUNTYTOWNSHIP 22 SOUTHRANGE 70 WEST OF 6TH P.M.400375000SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008THE CONSERVATION PURPOSES FURTHERED BY THE DONATION ARE FORESTRY, SCENIC OPEN SPACE, AND RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT FOR WILDLIFE AND PLANTS.
CUSTER COUNTY23 SOUTH73 WEST OF THE 6TH PM160375000SAN ISABEL LAND PROTECTION TRUST2008PRIME AGRICULTURAL LAND, RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITANT FOR WILDLIFE AND PLANTS AND THE ECOSYSTEMS OF WHICH THEY ARE A PART.
Chaffee14 South78 West of the 6th Principal Meridian82375000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008The conservation purposes of the donation were to maintain the agricultural intergrity and heritage of the property. The property also provides critical winter range habitat and a concentration area for a herd of 300 Elk and other numerous birds and mammals.
Chaffee14 South78 West56312375Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2012Maintain agricultural integrity and heritage of property and provide critical winter habitat for wildlife
Chaffee14 South78 West1750Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2012Maintain agricultural integrity and heritage of property and provide critical winter habitat for wildlife
Chaffee14 South78 West961875Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2012Maintain agricultural integrity and heritage of property and provide critical winter habitat for wildlife
Chaffee49N8E224202500Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2011Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production
Chaffee147873375000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2011The conservation pruposes of the donation were to maintain the agricultural integrity and heritage of the property. The property also provides critical winter range habitat and a concentration area for a herd of 300 head of Elk, and other numerous birds and mammals.
Chaffee14S79W472115000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2010Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production
Chaffee51N7E108154500Land Trust of the Upper Arkansas2010Wildlife habitat and open space.
Chaffee50N9E160307000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2010Wildlife habitat and open space.
ChaffeeSalida8127375000Colorado Cattlemen's AG Land Trust2009The preservation of ranch land, ranching, and natural habitat
Chaffee14 South78 West of the 6th principal meridian82375000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Trust2009The conservation purposes of the donation were to maintain the agricultural integrity and heritage of the property. The property also provides critical winter range habitat and a concertration area for a herd of 300 elk and other numerous birds and mammals
Chaffee14S78W80375000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2010The conservation purposes of the donation were to maintain the agricultural intergrity and heritage of the property. The property also provides critical winter range habitat and a concentration area for a herd of 300 Elk and other numerous birds and mammals.
Chaffee49N8E185375000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2010Wildlife habitat and open space.
Chaffee County12 South79 West160285000Rocky Mountian Elk Foundation2007To protect the property by maintaining it in an open condition for wildlife habitat, recreation and forest. This property constitutes a valuable element of natural habitat of the Arkansas River and is needs to be protected. Several species live on this property such as elk, bighorn sheep, mountian lion, deer and bear and the natural habitate they flourish in needs to be protected.
Chaffee County 49N8E185375000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust 2010The conservation purposes are the protection of a relatively natural habitat of wildlife and plants, and the preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public, pursuant to clearly delineated state and local government conservation policies.
Cheyenne14 S45 W40375000Colorado Natural Land Trust2007The conservation purposes furthered by this donation include the protection of a relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants, or similar ecosystems as well as the protection of certain open space. The property possesses agricultural, ecological, historic, recreational, scenic and wildlife values (collectively the "Conservation Values") of great importance to grantor, the people of Cheyenne county and the people of the state of Colorado. Specifically, the property features an inordinate amount of the subsurface sand and gravel. Potential mining operations would cause degradation of the scenic and wildlife features in the area. Significant natural elements, including diverse flora and fauna on this property make the property worthy of preserving in its natural state.
Cheyenne15S & 16ST15S:2,3,7-15,17-30,32,33,35; T16S:1-4,9,16,21200183750The Nature Conservancy2012Relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, or plants, or similar ecosystem. Open space (including farmland and forest land).
Cheyenne15S & 16ST15S:2,3,7-15,17-30,32,33,35; T16S:1-4,9,16,212001874250The Nature Conservancy2012Relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, or plants, or similar ecosystem. Open space (including farmland and forest land).
Cheyenne15S & 16ST15S:2,3,7-15,17-30,32,33,35; T16S:1-4,9,16,212001874250The Nature Conservancy2012Relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, or plants, or similar ecosystem. Open space (including farmland and forest land).
Cheyenne15S & 16ST15S:2,3,7-15,17-30,32,33,35; T16S:1-4,9,16,212001874250The Nature Conservancy2012Relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, or plants, or similar ecosystem. Open space (including farmland and forest land).
Cheyenne15S & 16ST15S:2,3,7-15,17-30,32,33,35; T16S:1-4,9,16,212001874250The Nature Conservancy2012Relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, or plants, or similar ecosystem. Open space (including farmland and forest land).
Cheyenne15S & 16ST15S:2,3,7-15,17-30,32,33,35; T16S:1-4,9,16,212101874250The Nature Conservancy2012Relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, or plants, or similar ecosystem. Open space (including farmland and forest land).
Cheyenne15S & 16ST15S:2,3,7-15,17-30,32,33,35; T16S:1-4,9,16,2120018375000The Nature Conservancey2012Relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, or plants, or similar ecosystem. Open space (including farmland and forest land).
Cheyenne14 and1550 and 51917437917The Nature Conservancy2010The property is primarily open ranchland and is an important part of the productive agricultural land in Cheyenne County. The Propety is within a most untilled landscape with a relatively low density or roads int he Cental High Tablelands section of the Central Shortgrass Prairie Ecoregion as designated in The Nature Conservancy's Central Shortgrass prairie Ecoregional Assessmen and partnership Initiative. The Property consists of prairie grasslands, shrublands, currently including sandsage prairie, providing habitat that supports many grassland birds, mammals, and reptiles.
Cheyenne14 and 15 south50 and 51917437917The Nature Conservancy2010The property is primarily open ranchland and is an important part of the productive agricultural land in Cheyenne County. The Propety is within a most untilled landscape with a relatively low density or roads int he Cental High Tablelands section of the Central Shortgrass Prairie Ecoregion as designated in The Nature Conservancy's Central Shortgrass prairie Ecoregional Assessmen and partnership Initiative. The Property consists of prairie grasslands, shrublands, currently including sandsage prairie, providing habitat that supports many grassland birds, mammals, and reptiles.
Conejos33N6E171295000Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation2008Relatively natural habitat, open space and scenic enjoyment.
Crowley22 South58 West160375000The Greenlands Reserve2007The conservation purposes furthered by this donation include the protection of a relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants, or similar ecosystems, as well as the protection of certain open space, including farmland and forest land. The property has a number of significant natural elements that make it desirable as a conservation easement. The property is in the area where the different land uses meet. Ths creats a great deal of diversity of flora and fauna in this area. Within this diverse landscape, wildlife is very abundant in the area. There is a large riparian area on the Arkansas River just south of the property. 26% of the property is a native short-grass prairie. One of the plant species in the native short-grass prairie is sand sagebrush. The Colorado Division of Wildlife is concerned with the habitat needs and management of declining sagebrush dependant species. These natural elements are of great importance to the Grantor and the people of the state of Colorado. The property is worthy of preserving in its natural state.
Crowley21S58W120189250Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District2009Wildlife habitat & open space.
Crowley22 S58 W160150750Greenlands Reserve2007the conservation purposes furthered by this donation include the protection of a relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, plants, or similar ecosystems, as well as the protection of certain open space, including farm land and forest land.
Crowley35S57W47557500Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District2007open space- part of a working cattle ranch wildlife habitat- across road from lake scenic view- located along highway 71 across from lake
Custer21 South72 West70118500San Isabel Land Protection Trust2007Preserve agricultural and forest land, view of scenic open and natural spaces, and protect relatively natural habitat for wildlife, including black bear, mule deer, elk,pronghorn, coyote, cougar, raptors and many smaller birds and mammals, plants and their ecosystems.
Custer22 South72 West121110000San Isabel Land Protection Trust2007Open space providing significant scenic enjoyment to the general public; location in Custer County Zone IV, making the property vulnerable to future subdivision and increased density; significant relatively natural habitat for fauna and flora; property is contiguous to over 1,000 acres of protected private land. Additionally, a State Trust Section is located to the immediate north of the property.
Custer46North12East of N.M.P.M.110110000San Isabel Land Protection Trust2007Perpetually prerserve its natural scenic, agricultural and open space condition
Custer22 South69 West120225000Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District2007To maintain agricultural productivity, open space character, wildlife habitat and scenic qualities of the Property, along with water rights for irrigation, wildlife and livestock.
Custer23S73W160125000San Isabel Land Protection Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W60011870Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23 South70 West640375000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2012The property provides a significant relatively natural habitat in which fish, wildlife, or plant community, or similar ecosystems normally live. The property will yield a significant public benefit and adds to the scenic and open space character of the landscape of Custer County.
Custer22 South72 West of the 6th P.M.237375000San Isabel Land Protection Trust2009The purpose of the easement is to maintain land and water in a natural, scenic or open condition, for wildlife habitat, or for agricultural and or other uses or conditions consistent with the protection of open land in Colorado.
Custer21S70W160206667San Isabel Land Protection Trust2007Wildlife habitat & open space
Custer22S73W40202500San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat & open space
Custer21S & 22S73W12019347San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat & open space
Custer21S & 22S73W1201692San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat & open space
Custer21S & 22S73W12018332San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat & open space
Custer21S & 22S73W1201692San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat & open space
Custer23S73W163375000San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production
Custer24S72W1200276660San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W560364500Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2011Wildlife habitat & open space
Custer21S & 22S73W1207051San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat & open space
Custer24S72W1200276660San Isabel Land Protection Land Trust2010Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production.
Custer24S72W1200276660San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production.
Custer24S72W1200276660San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production.
Custer23 South70 West560375000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultrual Land Trust2010For the exclusive purpose of assuring that under grantees perpetual stewardship, the agricultural productivity, open space, character, wildlife habitat and scenic qualities of the property will be conserved forever.
Custer46N12E157150000San Isabel Land Protection Trust2009Wildlife habitat, open space
Custer23S71W117135000San Isabel Land Protection Trust2009Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production
Custer22S70W155155250San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat, open space
Custer23S70W60014992Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer24S72W1200276660San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production.
Custer24S72W1200276660San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production.
Custer21S and 22S73W40099000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer21S and 22S73W400360000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer21S and 22S73W40079876Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S71W320277000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer22S70W440375000San Isabel Land Protection Trust2009Relatively natural habitat, open space, and scenic enjoyment.
Custer23S70W60014992Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W60028972Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer21S and 22S73W4001410Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W60011244Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W6001129Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W6001129Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W60011244Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W60028021Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W600105653Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W6004819Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer21S and 22S73W4001000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer21S and 22S73W40011824Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer21S and 22S73W4001410Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23 South72 West of the 6th P.M.720124220San Isabel Land Protection Trust2009Ranchland Preservation
Custer23 South72 West of the 6th P.M.720292500San Isabel Land Protection Trust2009Ranchland Preservation
Custer23S70W6004819Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W6001606Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W6004819Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W60011244Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W6001606Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W60011244Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W60031231Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W60014992Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W6004819Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W60011867Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W60011244Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer23S70W600343553Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer21S & 22S73W40079876Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer22 South73 West of the 6th P.M.229375000San Isabel Land Protection Trust2008The purpose of the easement is to maintain land and water in a natural, scenic or open condition, for wildlife habitat, or for agricultural and other uses or conditions consistent with the protection of open land in Colorado.
Custer22 South73 West1575375000San Isabel Land Protection Trust2008Preserve scenic open space, agricultural land for grazing, and relatively natural wildlife and fish habitat in the Wet Mountain Valley near San Isabel National Forest.
CusterLot 9ATaylor Creek Highlands042500San Isabel Land Protection Trust2007Open space available for the scenic enjoyment of the public, and relatively natural habitat for large and small mammals and birds.
Custer21 S and 22 S73 W285375000San Isabel Land Protrection Trust2007Prime agricultural land, including irrigated hay and dry-land pasture, protection of Grape and Swift Creeks that pass through the property, and preservation of open space visible to the general public.
Custer22S73W127137778San Isabel Land Protection Trust2007Preserve scenic open space, agricultural land for grazing, and relatively natural wildlife and fish habitat in Wet Mountain Valley near San Isabel National Forest.
Custer22S73W1271375000San Isabel Land Protection Trust2007Preserve natural, scenic, agricultural, and open space.
Custer 23S73W160125000San Isabel Land Protection Trust2008Relatively natural habitat, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Custer 21S & 22S73W1203384San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat & open space
Custer 21S & 22S73W1201692San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat & open space
Custer 21S & 22S73W12018332San Isabel Land Protection Trust2010Wildlife habitat & open space
DELTA13 SOUTH92 WEST160124500THE VALLEY LAND CONSERVANCY, DBA THE BLACK CANYON LAND TRUST, INC.2007PURPOSES FURTHERED BY THE DONATION INCLUDE: A) PRESERVE WILDLIFE HABITAT B) PRESERVE THE PROPERTY FOR AGRICULTURE C) PREVENT USE OF THE PROPERTY THAT WOULD IMPAIR OR INTERFERE WITH IT'S CURRENT OR POTENTIAL AGRICULTURE VIABILITY OR WILDLIFE HABITAT D) CONSERVE AND PROTECT THE OPEN SPACE AND SCENIC VALUE.
DELTA15 SOUTH92 WEST110151675BLACK CANYON REGIONAL LAND TRUST INC2011TO CONSERVE AND PROTECT THE PROPERTY'S SCENIC & OPEN SPACE RESOURCES; PRESERVE THE ABILITY OF THE PROPERTY TO BE AGRICULTURALLY PRODUCTIVE; CONSERVE & PROTECT THE PROPERTY'S WILDLIFE HABITAT. TO PREVENT ANY USE OF THE PROPERTY THAT WOULD SIGNIFICANTLY IMPAIR OR INTERFERE WITH THE CONSERVATION VALUES OF THE PROPERTY
DELTA14S95W325375000BLACK CANYON LAND TRUST2010Wildlife habitat & open space.
DELTA13S93W25757825BLACK CANYON LAND TRUST2009PRESERVE THE ABILITY OF THE PROPERTY TO BE AGRICULTURALLY PRODUCTIVE, CONSERVE AND PROTECT THE PROPERTY'S SCENIC AND OPEN SPACE RESOURCES, CONSERVE AND PROTECT THE PROPERTY'S WILDLIFE HABITAT, AND PREVENT ANY USE OF THE PROPERTY THAT WOULD SIGNIFICANTLY IMPAIR OR INTERFERE WITH THE CONSERVATION VALUES OF THE PROPERTY.
DELTA14 SOUTH91 WEST179369187COLORADO OPEN LANDS2009Relatively natural habitat of plants & wildlife including overall winter and/or sever winter range for elk and mule deer. Open Space including irrigated agricultural land preserved for scenic enjoyment of the general public and pursuant to clearly delineated state and local governmental conservation policy.
DELTA12 SOUTH & 13 SOUTH94 WEST OF SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN386238500THE BLACK CANYON LAND TRUST, INC2008TO CONSERVE AND PROTECT THE PROPERTY'S OPEN SPACE RESOURCES AND RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT FOR THE PROPERTY'S RESIDENT, MIGRATING AND WINTERING BIG GAME AND OTHER WILDLIFE.
DELTATOENSHIP 14 SOUTH92 WEST OF THE 6PM49129806COLORADO OPEN LANDS2008THE CONSERVATION PURPOSES INCLUDE RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITANT AND OPEN SPACE..
DELTATOWNSHIP 14 SOUTH92 WEST OF 6TH31285595COLORADO OPEN LANDS2008THE CONSERVATION PURPOSES ARE RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITANT AND OPEN SPACE.
DELTA51 NORTH6 WEST OF THE NEW MEXICO PM50220000COLORADO OPEN LANDS2008THE PROPERTY FEATURES LOCALLY IMPORTATN AGRICULTURAL LANDS, INCLUDING CROPLAND AND RANGELAND IN FAIR AND PRODUCTIVE CONDITION.
DELTATOWNSHIP 15 SOUTH92 WEST3781000BLACK CANYON LAND TRUST2008AGRICULTURE, SCENIC AND WILDLIFE PURPOSES.
DELTA13 SOUTH93 WEST360360000BLACK CANYON LAND TRUST, INC2008PRESERVE THE ABILITY OF THE PROPERTY TO BE AGICULTURALLY PRODUCTIVE AND PROTECT THE PROPERTY'S SCENIC AND OPEN SAPCE RESOURCES.
DELTA13 SOUTH93 WEST OF THE SIXTH PM360375000VALLEY LAND CONSERVANCY BLACK CANYON LAND TRUST2008THE PURPOSE OF THIS CONSERVATION EASEMENT IS TO PRESERVE THE ABILITY O FTHE PROPERTY TO BE AGRICULTURALLY PRODUCTIVE.
DELTA14 SOUTH93 WEST120375000COLORADO OPEN LANDS2008TO PROTECT AND CONSERVE IN PERPETUITY, THE PROPERTY'S SCENIC AND OPEN SPACE RESOURCES, THE PROPERTY'S WILDLIFE.
DELTA13 SOUTH93 WEST 6TH PM43140932VALLEY LAND CONSERVANCY2008PRESERVE OPEN LAND FOR WILDLIFE AND AGRICULTURE.
DELTA13S94W111241500BLACK CANYON LAND TRUST2008OPEN SPACE PROVIDING A SCENIC VIEWSHED AND SIGNIFICANTLY RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT
DELTA12 SOUTH94 WEST OF THE 6TH P.M.480375000CO CATTLEMAN'S AG LAND TRUST2008THE CONSERVATION PURPOSES FURTHERED BY THE DONATION ARE TO PRESERVE THE ABILITY OF THE PROPERTY TO BE AGRICULTURALLY PRODUCTIVE, INCLUDING RANCH ACTIVITIES, CONSERVE AND PROTECT THE PROPERTY'S SCENIC AND OPEN SPACE RESOURCES, CONSERVE AND PROTECT THE PROPERTY'S WILDLIFE HABITAT, AND PREVENT ANY USE OF THE PROPERTY THAT WOULD SIGNIFICANTLY IMPAIR OR INTERFERE WITH THE CONSERVATION VALUES OF THE PROPERTY.
DELTA517 WEST80150000BLACK CANYON REGIONAL LAND TRUST2007THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT IS TO PRESERVE AND TO PROTECT IN PERPETUITY THE CONSERVATION VALUES OF THE PROPERTTY AND THE WATER RIGHTS, AND IN PARTICULAR THE CHA- RACTERISTICS OF THE PROPERTY THAT MAKE IT VALUABLE WILDLIFE HABITAT FOR THE GROUSE, WHILE ALLOWING GRANTORS TO GROW AND HARVEST HAY AND OTHER LIMITED CROPS(SUBJECT TO THE TERMS OF THE EASEMENT), TO GRAZE LIVESTOCK, TO USE THE PROPERTY FOR HUNTING, FISHING, RECREATION AND SUCH OTHER USES THAT ARE NOT PROHIBITED BY THIS EASEMENT, SUB JECT TO CERTAIN LIMITATIONS AS SET FORTH IN THIS EASEMENT. SUBJECT TO THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT, GRANTORS, AND GRANTEE INTEND TO PERMIT ONLY SPECIFIC ENUMERATED USES AND OTHER USE OF HTE PROPERTY AND WATER RIGHTS THAT DO NOT SUBSTANTIALLY DIMINISH OR IMPAIR THE PROPERTY'S CONSERVATION VALUES AND TO PREVENT ANY USE OF THE PROPERTY AND WATER RIGHTS THAT WILL SUBSTANTIALLY IMPAIR OR INTERFERE WITH PROTECTING THE PROPERTY'S CONSERVATION VALUES.
DELTA13 SOUTH91 WEST92375000Colorado Open Lands2007OPEN SPACE PROVIDES A VIEW FOR THE PUBLIC FROM COLORADO HIGHWAY 133, A SCENICC BYWAY FROM SEVERAL DELTA COUNTY ROADS AND FROM NEARBY BLM MANAGED LANDS.
DELTA 1592 WEST280327250THE BLACK CANYON LAND TRUST, INC2008TO PRESERVE THE ABILITY OF THE PROPERTY TO BE AGRICULTURALLY PRODUCTIVE, INCLUDING CONTINUING RANCH ACTIVITIES; CONSERVE AND PROTECT THE PROPERTY'S SCENIC AND OPEN SPACE RESOURCES; CONSERVE AND PROTECT THE PROPERTY'S WILDLIFE HABITAT.
DELTA COUNTYTOWNSHIP 13 SOUTHRANGE 94 WEST OF THE 6TH P.M.110193000COLORADO OPEN LANDS2009RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT FOR WILDLIFE. OPEN SPACE: SCENIC ENJOYMENT, AGRICULTURE, AND SIGNIFICANT PUBLIC BENEFIT.
DELTA COUNTY15 SOUTH92 W117125000COLORADO OEPN LANDS2008THE PROPERTY CONTAINS IRRIGATED MEADOWS, COTTONWOOD TREES AND PASTURES OF ANTIVE MONTANE GRASSES.
DOLORES41 NORTH13 WEST4120375000MONTEZUMA LAND CONSERVANCY2008THE PRESERVATION OF CERTAIN OPEN SPACE FOR THE SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC, AND PURSUANT TO A CLEARLY DELINEATED FEDERAL , STATE OR LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL POLICIES.
DOUGLAS10 SOUTH66 WEST165375000DOUGLAS CO. OPEN SPACE & NATURAL RESOURCES2007THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT IS TO PRESERVE AND TO PROTECT IN PERPETUITY THE CONSERVATION VALUES OF THE PROPERTTY AND THE WATER RIGHTS, AND IN PARTICULAR THE CHA- RACTERISTICS OF THE PROPERTY THAT MAKE IT VALUABLE WILDLIFE HABITAT FOR THE GROUSE, WHILE ALLOWING GRANTORS TO GROW AND HARVEST HAY AND OTHER LIMITED CROPS(SUBJECT TO THE TERMS OF THE EASEMENT), TO GRAZE LIVESTOCK, TO USE THE PROPERTY FOR HUNTING, FISHING, RECREATION AND SUCH OTHER USES THAT ARE NOT PROHIBITED BY THIS EASEMENT, SUB JECT TO CERTAIN LIMITATIONS AS SET FORTH IN THIS EASEMENT. SUBJECT TO THE PURPOSE OF THIS EASEMENT, GRANTORS, AND GRANTEE INTEND TO PERMIT ONLY SPECIFIC ENUMERATED USES AND OTHER USE OF HTE PROPERTY AND WATER RIGHTS THAT DO NOT SUBSTANTIALLY DIMINISH OR IMPAIR THE PROPERTY'S CONSERVATION VALUES AND TO PREVENT ANY USE OF THE PROPERTY AND WATER RIGHTS THAT WILL SUBSTANTIALLY IMPAIR OR INTERFERE WITH PROTECTING THE PROPERTY'S CONSERVATION VALUES.
DOUGLAS9S67W198375000DOUGLAS LAND CONSERVANCY2011TO CONSERVE AND PROTECT THE PROPERTY'S SCENIC AND OPEN SPACE RESOURCES; TO PRESERVE THE ABILITY OF THE PROPERTY TO BE AGRICULTURALLY PRODUCTIVE; CONSERVE AND PROTECT THE PROPERTY'S WILDLIFE HABITAT; TO PREVENT ANY USE OF THE PROPERTY THAT WOULD SIGNIFICANTLY IMPAIR OR INTERFERE WITH THE CONSERVATION VALUES OF THE PROPERTY.
Delta14 South93 West41102250The Valley Land Conservancy, dba The Black Canyon Land Trust, Inc.2007The purpose of the easement is to preserve, in perpetuity, the open space, agricultural, and scenic values of the property as supported by State and Local Governmental Policies. There are sufficient water rights and irrigation infrastructure to produce crops common to the region, and the unique soils have been recognized as "prime farmland of mational importance" by the U.S. Department of Agricultural. Along with approximately 185 acres of adjoining conserved private lands, the property contributes to continuing agricultural practices as no division of the property is allowed and there is a strong trend of development in the area. The property possesses an aesthetically-pleasing and harmonious array of shapes and textures between it's variety of cultivated fields and fruit crops visible to the public from 3100 Road and L25 Road in Delta County. Nearby U.S. Bureau of Land Management administered Lands are actively used by the public.
Delta13 South93 West160187500Black Canyon Land Trust2007The conservation purposes furthered by the Ritchey Ranch, LLC conservation easement are to preserve the ability of the property to be agriculturally productive, including ranch activities; conserve and protect the property's scenic and open space resources; conserve and protect the property's wildlife habitat; and prevent any use of the property that would significantly impair or interfere with the conservation values of the property.
Delta14S92W116305000Colorado Open Lands2007Relatively natural habitat: 40 acres of riparian wetlands and springs along one-half mile of Bell Creek. Open space for scenic enjoyment. Irrigated fields as wildlife habitat as well as crop production and livestock grazing.
Delta13S93W3601000Valley Land Conservancy2008Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production.
Delta14S95W61103125Black Canyon Regional Land Trust2009Open space, scenic enjoyment and preservation of important farmland.
Delta51N8W (N.M.P.M.)128121852Colorado Open Lands2009Protection of relatively natural habitat of wildlife and plants. Preservation of open space.
Delta13S93W257231300Black Canyon Land Trust2009Relatively natural habitat, open space and agricultural production.
Delta14S91W120226000Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation2009Relatively natural habitat, open space and scenic enjoyment.
Delta15S92W177265500Black Canyon Land Trust2009Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Delta13 South93 West25757825Black Canyon Land Trust2009Preserve the ability of the property to be agriculturally productive, conserve and protect the property's scenic and open space resources, conserve and protect the property's wildlife habitat, and prevent any use of the property that would significantly impair or interfere with the conservation values of the property.
Delta14S95W59121500Black Canyon Regional Land Trust2007Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Delta15S, 51N91&92W, 7W16015000Black Canyon Land Trust2008Natural habitat & open space
Delta13 South91 West of the 6th p.m.660371250The Valley Land Conservancy dba Black Canyon Regional Land Trust, Inc.2012Relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, or plants, or similar ecosystem. Open space (including farmland and forest land)
Delta51N6W2148375000Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2012Wildlife habitat & open space.
Delta13S91W660371250The Valley Land Conservancy dba Black Canyon Regional Land Trust, Inc.2012Wildlife habitat & open space
Delta13S94W50104160The Black Canyon Land Trust2010Preservation of open space, wildlife habitat, open space, scenic qualities and agricultural production.
Delta14S92W, 93W64374250The Valley Land Conservancy, dba The Black Canyon Land Trust, Inc.2011Preservation of open space, wildlife habitat, open space, scenic qualities and agricultural production.
Delta14 South93 West167261609Colorado Open Lands2010To preserve the ability of the property to be agriculturally productive, to conserve and protect the property's scenic and open space resources and the property's wildlife habitat; to prevent any use of the the property that would significantly impair or interfere with conservation values of the property,
Delta15S, 51N91&92W, 7W16015000Black Canyon Land Trust2008Natural habitat & open space
Delta15S, 51N91&92W, 7W160300000Black Canyon Land Trust2008Natural habitat & open space
Delta15S, 51N91&92W, 7W16015000Black Canyon Land Trust2008Natural habitat & open space
Delta15S, 51N91&92W, 7W16015000Black Canyon Land Trust2008Natural habitat & open space
Delta15S, 51N91&92W, 7W16015000Black Canyon Land Trust2008Natural habitat & open space
Delta15S, 51N91&92W, 7W160375000Black Canyon Land Trust2008Natural habitat & open space
Delta15 S 51N92W6PM/8WNMPM215268750Colorado Open Lands20091. The protection of a relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife or plants, or similar ecosystem. 2. The preservation of open spaces (including farm land and forest land) where such preservation is for the scenic enjoyment of the general public.
Delta12 south94 west240201600Black Canyon Regional Land Trust2007the property consists of a large amount of dry grazing lands adjoining public lands managed by the BLM and US Forest Service. the property provides relatively natural habitat and seasonal surface water for resident, migrating and wintering big game, songbirds, raptors and many species of small mammals, reptiles and amphibians.
Delta13S91W40179500Black Canyon Land Trust2010Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production.
Delta14S92W79225168Valley Land Conservancy2010Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production
Delta14 South92 west of the 6th prin mer76375000Colorado Open Lands2009Wildlife habitat & open space Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production
Delta15S93W16811638Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust2009Relatively natural habitat, open space, scenic enjoyment and agricultural production.
Delta15S92W8041850Valley Land Conservancy dba Black Canyon Land Trust, Inc. 2009Wildlife habitat & open space.
Delta15S92W8093150Valley Land Conservancy dba Black Canyon Land Trust, Inc. 2009Relatively natural habitat, open space and scenic enjoyment.
Delta14S95W6168754Black Canyon Regional Land Trust2009Open space, scenic enjoyment and the preservation of important farmland.
Delta14S95W474375000Valley Land Conservancy2009Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production
Delta13S94W140490500Black Canyon Land Trust2009Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production
Delta15S91W145290000Colorado Open Lands2009Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production
Delta13 S94W & 95W92333350Colorado Open Lands2007open space, scenic enjoyment, agriculture, significant public benefit
Delta 14S95W400366500Black Canyon Land Trust2009Wildlife habitat & open space.
Delta and Montrose51N7W and 8W415375000Colorado Open Lands2010Wildlife habitat, open space, and agricultural production.
Delta, Montrose51 N7 & 8 W282322500Colorado Open Lands2008Protection of relatively natural habitat of wildlife and plants. Preservation of open space.
Dolores41N13W412061238Montezuma Land Conservancy2008Open space
Dolores41N13W412019687Montezuma Land Conservancy2008Open space
Dolores41N13W412049125Montezuma Land Conservancy2008Open space and scenic enjoyment.
Dolores40N14W800126000Montezuma Land Conservancy2012Wildlife habitat & open space
Dolores41N19W & 20W118031974Montezuma Land Conservancy2013Relatively natural habitat of wildlife, or plants, or similar ecosystem. Open space (including farmland and forest land).
Dolores40N14W80084000Montezuma Land Conservancy2012Wildlife habitat & open space
Dolores & Montezuma35N & 40N &41N19W & 14 W4847375000Montezuma Land Conservancy2010Wildlife habitat, open space
Douglas7 S66 W814375000Douglas County2007The conservation easement is being made to preserve land and open space for outdoor recreation and scenic enjoyment by the general public as described in 170(h) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Douglas9 S67 W221275000Douglas Land Conservancy2007The conservation values of the property are 1) relatively natural wildlife habitat, 2) relatively natural habitat for plants, including many native species, and 3) open space. The property provides connectivity to protected and semi-protected adjacent lands, including parcels already protected by Conservation Easements.
Douglas8 S69 W105375000Douglas Land Conservancy2007Conserving the property serves the following conservation purposes: 1. The protection of a relatively natural habitat of wildlife and plants; and 2. The preservation of open space, where such preservation is pursuant to clearly delineated governmental policies and will yield a significant public benefit.
Douglas9 South67 West221275000Douglas Land Conservancy2007The conservation values of the property are 1) relatively natural habitat, 2) relatively natural habitat for plants, including many native species, and 3) open space. The property provides connectivity to protected and semi-protecte adjacent lands, including parcels already protected by Conservation Easwements
Douglas8 South69 West160375000Douglas Land Conservancy2010The conservation purposes served by this donation include the preservation of open space for the benefit of the general public and the preservation of relatively natural habitat for wildlife and plant species.
Douglas8 South69 West160375000Douglas Land Conservancy2010The conservation purposes served by this donation include the preservation of open space for the benefit of the general public and the preservation of relatively natural habitat for wildlife and plant species.
Douglas8S69W35161000Douglas Land Conservancy2009Wildlife habitat & open space.
Douglas10S67W79127500Douglas County Board of Commissioners2007Wildlife habitat & open space.
Douglas7S66W81411344Douglas County2007Wildlife habitat & open space
Douglas8 SouthRange 69 West of the 6th P.M.280375000Douglas Land Conservancy2009The conservation purposes furthered by my donation include the protection of relatively natural habitat for fish, wildlife or plants, and the preservation of open space, including agricultural land.
Douglas9 South67 & 68 West132375000Douglas Land Conservancy2008Preservation of a relatively natural habitat of fish, wildlife, or plants, or similar ecosystem. Preservation of open space(including farmland and forest land)where such preservation is for the scenic enjoyment of the general public and pursuant to clearly delineated governmental conservation policies, yielding a significant public benefit.
Douglas10 S67W80200000Douglas County Board of Commissioners2007protect and preserve the highly visible rugged rocky terrain from sveral state and county roads as well as from other permanently protected properties to preserve relatively natural habitat for numerous mammals and birds, to preseve native forest land and grassland and to preserve land that has been historically used for grazing horses and livestock.
Douglas9 South67 West221275000Douglas Land Conservancy2007The conservation values of the property are 1) relatively natural habitat, 2) relatively natural habitat for plants, including many native species, and 3) open space. The property provides connectivity to protected and semi-protected adjacent lands, including parcels already protected by Conservation Easements.
Douglas8 South69 West124375000Douglas Land Conservancy2010The conservation purposes served by this donation include the preservation of relatively natural habitat for wildlife and plant species and the preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public.
Douglas8 South69 West124375000Douglas Land Conservancy2010The conservation purposes served by this donation include the preservation of relatively natural habitat of wildlife and plants and the preservation of open space for the scenic enjoyment of the general public.
Douglas9 South67 West221275000Douglas Land Conservancy2007The conservation values of the property are 1) relatively natural habitat, 2) relatively natural habitat for plants, including many native species, and 3) open space. The property provides connectivity to protected and semi-protected adjacent lands, including parcels already protected by Conservation Easements.
EAGLE2 SOUTH85 WEST740200000EAGLE VALLEY LAND TRUST2007THE CONSERVATION PURPOSES FURTHERED BY OUR DONATION ARE AGRICULTURAL, SCENIC, NATURAL, AND OPEN SPACE.
EAGLE7 SOUTH87 WEST22026168ASPEN VALLEY LAND TRUST2008Relatively natural habitat of plants & wildlife including overall winter and/or severe winter range for elk, mule deer and black bear and a riparian corridor with thick vegetative cover which provides forage for resident and migrating wildlife species. Open Space (including forest land & irrigated agricultural land) preserved for scenic enjoyment of the general public and pursuant to clearly delineated state and local governmental conservation policy.
EAGLE7 SOUTH87 WEST220375000ASPEN VALLEY LAND TRUST2008Relatively natural habitat of plants & wildlife including overall winter and/or sever winter range for elk, mule deer and black bear and a riparian corridor with thick vegetative cover which provides forage for resident and migrating wildlife species. Open Space (including forest land & irrigated agricultural land) preserved for scenic enjoyment of the general public and pursuant to clearly delineated state and local governmental conservation policy.
EAGLE7 SOUTH87 WEST22011916ASPEN VALLEY LAND TRUST2008Relatively natural habitat of plants & wildlife including overall winter and/or severe winter range for elk, mule deer and black bear and a riparian corridor with thick vegetative cover which provides forage for resident and migrating wildlife species. Open Space (including forest land & irrigated agricultural land) preserved for scenic enjoyment of the general public and pursuant to clearly delineated state and local governmental conservation policy.
EAGLE7 SOUTH87 WEST22011916ASPEN VALLEY LAND TRUST2008Relatively natural habitat of plants & wildlife including overall winter and/or severe winter range for elk, mule deer and black bear and a riparian corridor with thick vegetative cover which provides forage for resident and migrating wildlife species. Open Space (including forest land & irrigated agricultural land) preserved for scenic enjoyment of the general public and pursuant to clearly delineated state and local governmental conservation policy.
EAGLE2 SOUTH81 WEST 3375000COLORADO CATTLEMEN'S AGRICULTURAL LAND TRUST2007TO PRESERVE OPEN SPACE TOR THE SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND TO PROTECT NATURAL HABITAT IN WHICH FISH, WILDLIFE AND PLANT COMMUNITIES LIVE.
EAGLE COUNTY7 SOUTH87 WEST17112109ASPEN VALLEY LAND TRUST2007RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF PLANTS AND WILDLIFE INCLUDING SPECIES CONSIDERED SENSITIVE BY THE STATE AND COLORADO NATURAL HERITAGE PROGRAM, AND PROVIDES INPORTANT DEER AND ELK WINTER RANGE AND IS WITHIN AN ELK MIGRATION CORRIDOR. CONTAINS VALUABLE RIPARIAN, WETLAND AND UPLAND HABITAT. OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING IRRIGATED AGRICULTURAL LAND) PRESERVED FOR THE SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND PURSUANT TO CLEARLY DELINEATED STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL CONSERVATION POLICIES.
EAGLE COUNTY7 SOUTH87 WEST17127222ASPEN VALLEY LAND TRUST2007RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF PLANTS AND WILDLIFE INCLUDING SPECIES CONSIDERED SENSITIVE BY THE STATE AND COLORADO NATURAL HERITAGE PROGRAM, AND PROVIDES INPORTANT DEER AND ELK WINTER RANGE AND IS WITHIN AN ELK MIGRATION CORRIDOR. CONTAINS VALUABLE RIPARIAN, WETLAND AND UPLAND HABITAT. OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING IRRIGATED AGRICULTURAL LAND) PRESERVED FOR THE SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND PURSUANT TO CLEARLY DELINEATED STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL CONSERVATION POLICIES.
EAGLE COUNTY7 SOUTH87 WEST171245375ASPEN VALLEY LAND TRUST2007RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF PLANTS AND WILDLIFE INCLUDING SPECIES CONSIDERED SENSITIVE BY THE STATE AND COLORADO NATURAL HERITAGE PROGRAM, AND PROVIDES INPORTANT DEER AND ELK WINTER RANGE AND IS WITHIN AN ELK MIGRATION CORRIDOR. CONTAINS VALUABLE RIPARIAN, WETLAND AND UPLAND HABITAT. OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING IRRIGATED AGRICULTURAL LAND) PRESERVED FOR THE SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND PURSUANT TO CLEARLY DELINEATED STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL CONSERVATION POLICIES.
EAGLE COUNTY7 SOUTH87 WEST703449ASPEN VALLEY LAND TRUST2007RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF PLANTS AND WILDLIFE INCLUDING SPECIES CONSIDERED SENSITIVE BY THE STATE AND COLORADO NATURAL HERITAGE PROGRAM, AND PROVIDES INPORTANT DEER AND ELK WINTER RANGE AND IS WITHIN AN ELK MIGRATION CORRIDOR. CONTAINS VALUABLE RIPARIAN, WETLAND AND UPLAND HABITAT. OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING IRRIGATED AGRICULTURAL LAND) PRESERVED FOR THE SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND PURSUANT TO CLEARLY DELINEATED STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL CONSERVATION POLICIES.
EAGLE COUNTY7 SOUTH87 WEST703449ASPEN VALLEY LAND TRUST2007RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF PLANTS AND WILDLIFE INCLUDING SPECIES CONSIDERED SENSITIVE BY THE STATE AND COLORADO NATURAL HERITAGE PROGRAM, AND PROVIDES INPORTANT DEER AND ELK WINTER RANGE AND IS WITHIN AN ELK MIGRATION CORRIDOR. CONTAINS VALUABLE RIPARIAN, WETLAND AND UPLAND HABITAT. OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING IRRIGATED AGRICULTURAL LAND) PRESERVED FOR THE SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND PURSUANT TO CLEARLY DELINEATED STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL CONSERVATION POLICIES.
EAGLE COUNTY7 SOUTH87 WEST7014662ASPEN VALLEY LAND TRUST2007RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF PLANTS AND WILDLIFE INCLUDING SPECIES CONSIDERED SENSITIVE BY THE STATE AND COLORADO NATURAL HERITAGE PROGRAM, AND PROVIDES INPORTANT DEER AND ELK WINTER RANGE AND IS WITHIN AN ELK MIGRATION CORRIDOR. CONTAINS VALUABLE RIPARIAN, WETLAND AND UPLAND HABITAT. OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING IRRIGATED AGRICULTURAL LAND) PRESERVED FOR THE SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND PURSUANT TO CLEARLY DELINEATED STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL CONSERVATION POLICIES.
EAGLE COUNTY7 SOUTH87 WEST70102846ASPEN VALLEY LAND TRUST2007RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF PLANTS AND WILDLIFE INCLUDING SPECIES CONSIDERED SENSITIVE BY THE STATE AND COLORADO NATURAL HERITAGE PROGRAM, AND PROVIDES INPORTANT DEER AND ELK WINTER RANGE AND IS WITHIN AN ELK MIGRATION CORRIDOR. CONTAINS VALUABLE RIPARIAN, WETLAND AND UPLAND HABITAT. OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING IRRIGATED AGRICULTURAL LAND) PRESERVED FOR THE SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND PURSUANT TO CLEARLY DELINEATED STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL CONSERVATION POLICIES.
EAGLE COUNTY7 SOUTH87 WEST17112109ASPEN VALLEY LAND TRUST2007RELATIVELY NATURAL HABITAT OF PLANTS AND WILDLIFE INCLUDING SPECIES CONSIDERED SENSITIVE BY THE STATE AND COLORADO NATURAL HERITAGE PROGRAM, AND PROVIDES INPORTANT DEER AND ELK WINTER RANGE AND IS WITHIN AN ELK MIGRATION CORRIDOR. CONTAINS VALUABLE RIPARIAN, WETLAND AND UPLAND HABITAT. OPEN SPACE (INCLUDING IRRIGATED AGRICULTURAL LAND) PRESERVED FOR THE SCENIC ENJOYMENT OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND PURSUANT TO CLEARLY DELINEATED STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL CONSERVATION POLICIES.
EL PASO11 SOUTH67 West of the 6th p. m.63191250Palmer Land Trust2007THE CONSERVATION PURPOSE IS TO ASSURE THAT THE PROPERTY WILL BE RETAINED FOREVER PREDOMINANTLY IN ITS NATURAL, SCENIC, FORESTED AND