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Join Us for
Kremmling Days
Saturday, June 15 | 08:30am - 12:30pm

Every year CHLT staff, board members, and supporters walk in the Kremmling Days parade, and we would love for you (and your furry companion) to join us!
History On Horseback with GCHA & CHLT
Thursday, July 11 | 8:00am - 2:00pm
Join us for A Grand Afternoon!
Our sponsors:
Muddy Creek (<$250)
City Market
Willow Creek ($250)
Alderwood Colorado Management
Allan C. Beezley, PC
Conservation Law, PC
Conservation Tax Credit Transfer
Mountain Parks Electric, Inc.
The Simple Life Real Estate Co.
The Whitmer Law Firm, LLC
Troublesome Creek ($500)
Williams Fork ($1,000)
Mac & Rebecca Macsovits

Stewart & Nancy McNab
Fraser River ($2,500)
Graham & Louise Powers
Jane Farrell & Steve Sears
Welcome David Doty As Our Newest Board Member!
David Doty was born and raised in Hawaii, but took a break from the beach to enjoy the mountains while attending CU-Boulder. It was there he met his wife Hannelore, a native Coloradoan and fellow CU Buff. After living in Honolulu, Minneapolis, and San Francisco, the Dotys settled in Greenwood Village, CO, to raise their three children, who learned to ski at Winter Park, where Hannelore learned to ski in her youth. David’s Master’s in Marketing from the University of Minnesota lead him to consumer product marketing and then to the restaurant industry, where he worked with Smashburger and is now with Black Bear Diner. The Dotys’ home in Fraser is the center of their family life; David has a life-long love of the outdoors, enjoying activities like open ocean canoeing, snowshoeing, hunting, camping, skiing, and hiking. David hopes to bring his branding and marketing experience to assist in educating Grand County on CHLT’s important work. “To protect what we are so fortunate to have, while at the same time providing unique methods to achieve this, has always interested me,” says David.
Follow Us on Social Media
We are active on Instagram and Facebook (and some on Twitter).
Here are some of our posts from March:
May 18 : Come say hi at  C O Public Lands Day ! We're set up alongside USFS, G rand Huts Association , CPW,  H eadwaters Trails Alliance T wo Pines Supply , and many other great public lands, conservation, and recreation orgs and businesses of Grand County at the Headwaters Center!
(Photo by Jeremy D. Krones)
May 17 : Annual monitoring has begun! This morning we were out on the Burke Springs Creek Ranch, west of Kremmling, and got to see the beautiful rolling hills of the Pass Creek area. Burke Springs Creek Ranch was placed under easement in 2006, and is owned by Mark & Audrey Volt, two dedicated, life-long ranchland conservationists and supporters of CHLT!
(Photo by Jeremy D. Krones)
May 15 : Precipitation might be in the forecast, but today is a beautiful spring day in Grand County! Just looking at the mountains and valleys of our gorgeous county makes us feel alive - and getting out on the land proves it. Enjoy this quiet time of the year by stepping outside and appreciate our wonderful open spaces, most of which are protected!
(Photo by Susan O. Herpel)
May 07 : The perfect picture for overcast days like today: another gorgeous sunrise shot by Brandie in Hot Sulphur Springs! There is beauty in all of nature, from the clouds giving moisture to the clear skies showing us the world around us. We are  protecting the land we love  to embrace all the forms the land, air, and water take around us.
(Photo by Brandie Winter)
May 02 : We received another beautiful sunrise shot by our friend Brandie Winter in Hot Sulphur Springs! This is why we do what we do at  CHLT : protection not only of the land that defines our county, but of the vistas that make us love living in the West, in the  mountains .
( Photo  by Brandie Winter)
May 01 : We welcome May with open arms! The snow might not be all gone, but it's melting fast and the birds and flowers are showing themselves again. What do you love most about the month of  May  ?
(Photo from CHLT archives)
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!
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