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Join us for A Grand Afternoon!
Stay tuned for ticket sales!
We're looking for auction items and event sponsors! If you know of anyone who might be interested (including yourself), please email or call the office: (970) 887-1177
Welcome Melinda McWilliams As Our Newest Board Member!
Melinda McWilliams made Grand County her permanent home in 2002. She is a retired landscape architect who spent a career with the U.S. Forest Service in North Carolina. Melinda was the program manager and technical specialist for trails, wilderness, wild and scenic rivers, and scenery management programs, and served on the forest interdisciplinary land management planning team for her whole career. Her expertise includes inventorying, analyzing, and implementing complex natural resource management issues and working with conservation agencies and the public. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Winter Park Ranch Water and Sanitation District. As a master gardener she helped design, build, and now maintain the Fraser Valley Community Garden. “I aspire to help protect the outstanding natural resources of Grand County,” says Melinda.
CHLT In the News
Program Director Promoted to Executive Director

Follow Us on Social Media
We are active on Instagram and Facebook (and some on Twitter).
Here are some of our posts from March:
Mar 27 : A great quote from one of our new board members, Steve Fitzgerald, on why he decided to get more involved with  C HLT ! The health of our county and the health of our rivers are inextricably linked.
(Photo by Susan O. Herpel)
Mar 22 : Happy World Water Day from all of us at CHLT! We value our freshwater resources as the central component of our mission, our work, and our lives in Grand County, and we welcome you to join us!
Mar 21 : A few weeks ago, CHLT Board President Stewart McNab attended the Granby Elem. School Science Fair and presented 'Best Environmental Project' to a very deserving student!
Mar 20 : We are still under a good amount of  #snow , but in honor of today being the S pring Equinox , here's a thought on the color that will surround us soon!
(Photo by Susan O. Herpel)
Mar 06 : This week's WednesdayWisdom  is inspired by all the snow we've received this week, and the avalanaches! Stay safe out there, and continue to enjoy our beautiful surroundings blanketed with snow.
Mar 04 : Good morning! We hope you survived the storm this weekend and are enjoying the powder (for the skiers) and snowpack (for the ranchers)!
(Photo by Susan O. Herpel)
Shop Our Conservation Partners!

Support local land conservation by shopping our Conservation Partners. Our partners believe in the mission of the land trust and that open space enriches our quality of life, protects landscapes, and brings visitors and residents to Grand County. Protecting open space is an investment in our environment, our culture and our economy.
Are you interested in becoming a Conservation Partner with no cost to your business? Click here for more information!
PO Box 1938, Granby CO. 80446 - (970) 887-1177
info@coloradoheadwaterslandtrust.org
www.cohlt.org