At our September meeting Libby Collins from the Colorado West Land Trust will give a talk on “Western Slope Land Preservation.”
Colorado West Land Trust has protected over 120,000 acres across six counties in western Colorado. These private lands are critical for providing wildlife habitat and supporting native plants both on private and public lands. Libby will present the work of the Colorado West Land Trust, focusing on the restoration projects along Monument Road, the native grass project on Glade Park private conserved land, and the private lands that have been conserved throughout our six county service area here in western Colorado. Throughout this presentation, you will enjoy spectacular scenery and wonderful stories about how landowners have passionately conserved and stewarded their lands.
Join us Thursday September 12, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation (upstairs), 536 Ouray Ave, Grand Junction.We will also have a plant drawing, a short business meeting and a social break.
Guests are welcome!