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With just days left of 2020, I am so happy to announce that there is a new conservation easement in Grand County!

The easement covers 275 acres of the Jones Creek Ranch, located just south of the Town of Hot Sulphur Springs. The easement was granted by Kathryn and Max Webel and their family. In addition to the generosity of the Webel family, funding came from Grand County's Open Lands, Rivers, and Trails Fund (OLRT), the Gates Family Foundation, the Muley Fanatic Foundation, Colorado Parks & Wildlife Habitat Partnership Program (HPP), and Colorado Headwaters Land Trust (CHLT).

The Jones Creek Ranch Conservation Easement is CHLT's 65th easement since the land trust began in 1995, and brings the total acres conserved by CHLT in Grand County to 9,185.

You can read the full press release here.

Thank you to everyone who makes our work possible! This is a great way to close out this year, and we are all looking forward to a better, brighter 2021. If you would like to support our work, click here or contact the office.
Happy New Year,

Jeremy D. Krones
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