You are receiving this email because you signed up for the CHLT listserv. This email is about CO Gives Day, a special John Fielder event, and recruiting for our board of directors.
Colorado Gives Day is TODAY!
December 04, 2018
You're probably getting inundated with reminders and requests to participate in Colorado Gives Day, and . . . this is another one!

When you give to CHLT, you are supporting conservation in Grand County, and showing that you support conservation throughout Colorado. We only work on easements and programs in our county, from Winter Park to Kremmling, but we communicate and network with and trusts and other conservation groups throughout the state.

Colorado Gives Day is a succinct, clear way of showing your support for your local collaborative conservation group - you are joining thousands of other Coloradans in giving to groups like CHLT.

Even more, this year your donation will be increased by the First Bank Incentive Fund and 100% of that bonus will come directly to us, no fees attached.
CHLT is also part of the Grand County Gives Day collaborative campaign, to help support all Grand County-based nonprofits during CO Gives Day. Join us on Facebook!

TODAY IS THE DAY! To donate to CHLT through through Colorado Gives Day, go to

This fantastic list of donors prescheduled their donations, and we thank them greatly!

Check our social media feeds throughout the day to see your name on a post just like this one, for donors who give TODAY!
You are also warmly invited to join us for a special evening with renowned photographer  John Fielder ! We are partnering with the Grand County Historical Association to bring Mr. Fielder to the Headwaters Center in Winter Park on  Wednesday, Dec. 12  , from  5:00PM - 8:00PM .

5:00PM - Doors open
6:00PM - Presentation beings

Drinks will be provided and food will be potluck finger-foods, such as desserts, fruit, etc. To learn more about this  free event (donations accepted), please email the office or call (970) 887-1177.

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