Their story is your story...

Kip, Mandy, and Scott all have a powerful and important secret - and I hope you listen to it today by viewing their short video here. You'll discover anew  how land has an impact on people that you care about. 

Their quietly held, beautifully felt connection to the land shines brightly in this new video  released by Ben Dodd of Capture the Action,  and features EVLT-conserved properties.
Land is My Connection Video Finalist
EVLT's newest video has made the top ten in the national Land Trust Alliance "Land is My..." contest. Help us win $10,000 by voting today.

Importantly, the video has made the top ten in the national Land Trust Alliance "Land Is My video..." contest
  • It is the only Colorado submission to make the top ten.
  • EVLT would win $10,000 if we get the most votes.
Please help us to get the most votes between now and November 17 by voting  here (it is quick and easy).

Your support of land conservation in our community has protected Gates Ranch, Horn Ranch, and Miller Ranch - without which Kip, Mandy, and Scott's stories would have to be told somewhere else. Because of you, these are our stories. The story of me and you. Today, tomorrow, and forever. 

If we win the $10,000, w e'll use those funds to help staff our land protection and stewardship programs - meaning more land will be conserved in the coming years and we'll be better able to care for the lands already conserved, which we all are enjoying today.



Jim Daus
Executive Director

p.s. Want to help even more?  Share this message (or our Facebook Post) on your social media pages and e mail your friends asking them to vote and to also share the message on social media.

Investing In Nature

Nature provides numerous benefits to humans, from the pure pleasure of experiencing it to the food and water it provides us. 

How is it possible, then, to put a price on something so priceless? 

In answer, the Land Trust Alliance and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Coastal Program have partnered to produce a downloadable brochure called "Investing in Nature: The Economic Benefits of Protecting Our Lands and Waters." Learn more here.

Did You Know... can participate in free, guided hikes on properties permanently conserved by EVLT?

Join us November 16, along with Town of Eagle Open Space to explore the new LOV Connection trail on Abrams Creek Open Space. Click here for more information and to RSVP. 

...EVLT raised over $333,000 to help protect Hardscrabble Ranch in Eagle?

Thanks to all the donors to the Hardscrabble Ranch in Brush Creek project who collectively donated $333,780 to permanently conserve the property.  To learn more about Hardscrabble Ranch, click here.

...Farm to Fork and Garden to Glass will return August 16, 2018?

Hold on to your hats and tuck those boots away in a place you'll remember 'em. Next August 16, 2018, Farm to Fork and Garden to Glass will return to a location to be announced. We look forward to seeing you there!
How to Support Eagle Valley Land Trust:  
  • Donate online by clicking here
  • Call us at 970-748-7654
  • Check made payable to "Eagle Valley Land Trust" 
    • Mail to P.O. Box 3016, Edwards, CO  81632
  • Donations of appreciated stock are welcome, please contact us for information.
The financial support of EVLT by people like you, who care deeply about the future of our great community, will help preserve more land for all to enjoy. 
Planned Giving Options   

Have you included Eagle Valley Land Trust in your will?
If so, please let us know so that we may thank you during your lifetime.
Thinking of leaving a legacy of land conservation?
Consider adding EVLT as a beneficiary of your IRA.
For other planned giving options please click here.
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