Welcome to Black Canyon Regional Land Trust 

Celebrating 20 years of conservation!

 

BCRLT is hiring a contract Land Steward

 

Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The position will begin August 4, 2014.

 

Click here for the position announcement and directions to apply.

 

 

 

 

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BCRLT would like to thank the following business members and in-kind donors for their generous support:

 

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— Latest News & Events —

 

ALECIA PHILLIPS NAMED EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

At the end of May 2014, Alecia Phillips accepted the permanent position of Executive Director for Black Canyon Regional Land Trust. Alecia joined BCRLT in 2012 after a summer campaign working for the Colorado Coalition of Land Trusts and has been the Acting Executive Director for BCRLT since October 2013. A Colorado native and die-hard explorer, Alecia brings a varied background in research, teaching, professional writing and land use planning to her role as Executive Director, and a tremendous amount of enthusiasm for land protection in southwest Colorado! Contact Alecia by clicking here.


WE'VE MOVED!

Stop by and visit BCRLT at our new office location inside the Timberline Bank building in Montrose! And please bookmark our new address and phone number:

 

Black Canyon Regional Land Trust

1561 Oxbow Drive

Montrose, CO 81401

Ph: (970) 240-2050


ROUBIDEAU RIM WILDLIFE RESCUE SEEKING DONATION OF LAND FOR NEW HOME 

RRWR is a 501(c) 3 all-volunteer wildlife rehabilitation that provides care for sick, injured, orphaned and habituated wildlife for release back into appropriate habitats. BCRLT is working with RRWR to help announce this special conservation opportunity and to offer assistance to anyone interested in leanring about the significant state and federal tax benefits available for conservation land donations. Click to read more. 


IT TAKES A LOT OF WORK TO BE LAZY: THE STORY OF THE LAZY H RANCH

Doug Harris, owner and visionary of the Lazy H Ranch, shares the history and restoration progress of his family's 4,200-acre ranch outside Paonia, CO in an interview with Communications Coordinator, Alecia Phillips. Click here to read the interview.


SUPPORTING YOUR LOCAL LAND TRUST NOW HAS PERKS

BCRLT is launching a membership program for the first time! Our conservation and stewardship programs continue to evolve and that means we need extra support to acheive our goal of protecting open lands and rural heritage. By becoming a member of BCRLT you will directly contribute to this goal, AND you'll get discounts and special offers at select local businesses, AND you'll get a chance to win prizes in an every-other-month member's only grab bag drawing. Learn more and become a member today!