Did you know local businesses can play a role in the protection of land and water in Grand County? CHLT's Conservation Partner Program gives businesses and their customers the chance to easily support conservation. Conservation Partners can add an optional Land Conservation Donation of 1% or $1 (or more) to each sale. There is no cost to the business and customers can opt out of the donation if they choose. Money raised will go directly to conservation efforts in Grand County. This Conservation Partner model has been successfully utilized by land trusts and business communities across the country.
Ouray Ranch Conservation Easement, Photo by Susan O. Herpel
No two businesses are alike and CHLT is happy to work with business owners to create a customized program. When you become a Conservation Partner, it shows your customers that you care about the future of our land and water. As a Conservation Partner, your business will receive the following:
The opportunity to promote your business’s support of land conservation in Grand County. Research shows that customers react positively to businesses associated with a cause or a common interest.
Your business will be listed on our website. Click here for examples.
Press release and chamber announcements for each new Conservation Partner.
Recognition in all three county chamber newsletters.
A Conservation Partner window static showing your business’s support of land and water conservation.
Annual ads thanking partners in SkyHi Daily News.
Recognition at all of our outreach and fundraising events.
Do you own a local business
or know someone who does?
Become a Conservation Partner today by calling 970-887-1177, emailing Anna, or click HERE to enroll!
BIG THANKS to these amazing Conservation Partners! These establishments believe in our mission and know that open space enriches our quality of life and brings visitors and residents to Grand County. Protecting open space is an investment in our environment, our culture and our economy!