Constants in a time of change

With our world reeling from COVID-19 and its uncertainties, the constants in life comfort us.

Here in southern Colorado, we see the signs of emerging spring – bluebirds return, green colors the landscape’s edges, wet snow lies atop the mountains. These glimpses of renewal strengthen us, especially when our daily lives are upended by health and economic gut-punches from a pandemic.

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San Isabel Land Protection Trust’s commitment to you and the land remains strong. It does not waver even as we take steps to help keep our community safe. Our staff may not be in the office, but our work continues. And we stand ready to help you if you need us. Just call.

San Isabel members help safeguard the landscape in which we find solace. For now, we may have to distance ourselves from each other, but together we will make it through these uncertain times.

We are here for perpetuity. That is our promise.

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“Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature – the assurance that dawn comes after night,
and spring after winter.”
― Rachel Carson, Silent Spring



Janet Smith

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We have protected more than 42,000 acres through 134 conservation easements.

Conservation easements guarantee long-term protection – through generations of landowners.