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On behalf of all of us at Eagle Valley Land Trust, we wish you and your family a happy and healthy holiday season. 
Over the years, together we have permanently preserved over 7,500 acres of land including vital elk and deer habitat, scenic rivers, historic ranches, and miles of recreational trails easily accessed by the public.

There is much more work to be done and none of this would be possible without the financial support of people like you who care deeply about the future of our great community.

This December, your support helped protect another important wildlife habitat and scenic vista (see photo below) in Edwards called the Cordillera Ridgeline.

Eagle Valley Land Trust is your local land trust, the only organization dedicated to permanently preserving Eagle County's irreplaceable landscapes.  Thank you if you have already donated in 2015, and i f not your 2015 tax-deductible donation can still be made through December 31st.
Ways to give:
  • Online credit card gifts can be made any time up until December 31, 2015 at midnight (MST).
  • Credit card gifts made by mail need to be received by December 31, 2015.
  • Call us at 970-748-7654, and make a gift (no later than 3:00 p.m. (MST) on December 31, 2015).
  • All checks should be postmarked by December 31, 2015to Eagle Valley Land Trust, P.O. Box 3016, Edwards, CO  81632.
Together, let's preserve thousands more acres of land and  leave a legacy of conservation for all future generations. Thank you for supporting Eagle Valley Land Trust!

EVLT 2015 - A Year in Pictures 


The Cordillera Ridgeline in Edwards, protected forever.
Future Conservationists learning about the importance of land conservation. Thank you Vail Resorts EpicPromise for supporting this program.
Cow Patty Bingo at the 2015 EVLT Legacy Festival.

The sun rises over a ranch along the Colorado River protected forever with your support.
Loyd Gerard talks about ranching in our increasingly urbanizing county.
Eagle Valley Land Trust and Eagle County Open Space led a hike on the historic Horn Ranch along I-70 near Wolcott.
Elk on the Eagle River Preserve in late spring.
Yours in Conservation, 

Eagle Valley Land Trust

970.748.7654  |   www.EVLT.org

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