• Colorado Gives Day 2022
  • Upcoming Events
  • Community News
  • Ways to Support CHLT
Colorado Gives Day 2022
Colorado's own day of giving, Colorado Gives Day, is coming up Tuesday, December 6! Don't forget to schedule your donation and join Coloradans in a common goal to strengthen the state’s nonprofits by giving to their favorite charities online. This year, Grand County residents can donate to 22 different nonprofits and fundraisers by visiting

Give where you live and protect our common ground this year by prescheduling your Colorado Gives Day donation today at or by clicking the donate button below!
Every gift is tax-deductible and helps us reach our goal of $325,000 to support our mission and The Granby Highlands Trails Conservation Easement project. There will be an an option to direct your donation to the project or to support our general funds and operations.
The Granby Highlands Trails Conservation Easement will permanently conserve:

  • approximately 780 acres of vital wildlife habitat and scenic and recreational open space

  • 2 miles of Colorado River

  • 10 miles of proposed trails

... and all just 2 miles from downtown Granby!
Want to make a big impact by conserving and stewarding the land we love across Grand County? Become a monthly donor!
When you join Colorado Headwaters Land Trust’s monthly donor program, you will become a part of a special group of people supporting us each month to care for the wildlife, the vistas, the waterways, and the agricultural history that make Grand County so special.

Ready to join our monthly giving community? Click here to set up your recurring donation at any amount.

If now is not the time for you to commit to giving monthly, that’s ok! Your one-time donation still makes a difference.
Upcoming Events
Headwaters Book Club
December 1st
TONIGHT: Join CHLT and HTA (Headwaters Trails Alliance) for our first book club meeting!

Our first discussion will take place at Never Summer Brewing tonight at 6:00 pm, with this quarter's book: "American Wolf" by Nate Blakeslee.

Fraser Valley Lions Club
Festival of Trees
December 2nd
Fraser River Valley Lions Club's Festival Trees is celebrating their 17th annual Festival of Trees tomorrow, December 2nd!

Join CHLT among other nonprofits across Grand County at the Grand Park Community Recreation Center for this free and festive event. You can vote for your favorite decorations by purchasing tickets and depositing them with the trees and wreaths you like best. All proceeds from these ticket sales and the silent auction go directly to the nonprofit that decorated the item.
CHLT would like to thank the Fraser River Valley Lions Club for their 2021 grant to promote our events and education materials. Learn more here.
Community News
  • Check out Keep It Colorado's conversation series, Learning From Landowners, and their feature of the McElroy Ranch in Kremmling! Click here to learn more about this CHLT Easement!

  • New Mexico Land Conservancy is hiring a new Executive Director! The Board of Directors is seeking an experienced leader with knowledge of conservation real estate methods and transactional experience. Click here to learn more.

Ways to Support CHLT
You shop. Amazon gives.

Consider an alternative way of protecting the land we love - at no cost to you. Support CHLT through AmazonSmile! Sign up for AmazonSmile and select "Colorado Headwaters Land Trust" as your favorite charity. You shop. Amazon gives. Learn more about AmazonSmile.

Is your vehicle costing more than it's worth? Then hit the brakes on expensive repairs and consider donating your car, truck, motorcycle, RV, or boat to Colorado Headwaters Land Trust.
We accept all types of vehicles, running or not! We'll use the proceeds from your donation to continue to conserve and steward the open lands and natural character of the headwaters of the Colorado River in partnership with the local community. The process is easy, the pick-up is free, and your donation is tax-deductible. To learn more, click here.
Shop Our Conservation Partners!
Support local land conservation by shopping at CHLT's Conservation Partners. These partners believe in the mission of the Land Trust and know 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!
P.O. Box 1938 Granby, CO 80446 (970) 887-1177