A Pivotal Time For Colorado: Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust

Throughout the past 20 years, the Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust (CCALT) has been honored to work with more than 240 ranching families across Colorado. Looking back at the last two decades, CCALT can celebrate numerous accomplishments, capped by the conservation of nearly 450,000 acres of working farms and ranches. With another two million people slated to move to Colorado in the coming years, their mission to safeguard the state’s agricultural land and the families rooted there has become even more critical. We want future generations of loved ones to know the Colorado—and the way of life—that is their mission to protect. During the next 20 years and beyond, the Land Trust hopes to work with hundreds of additional landowners across the state. By continuing to conserve Colorado’s land and waters, CCALT’s goal is to ensure that these resources will provide us with the food, water and high quality of life that we are so fortunate to have here in Colorado. The Board and staff of CCALT are excited to reveal a new logo, website and special 20th Anniversary events throughout 2015.

Check out their anniversary newsletter here.