Conservation Minded Landowners Working Collaboratively to Practice and Promote Ecologically and Economically Sound Land Management in the southern San Juan Mountains of Colorado and northern New Mexico.
Conservation Minded Landowners Working Collaboratively to Practice and Promote Ecologically and Economically Sound Land Management in the Southern San Juan Mountains of Colorado and Northern New Mexico.
Wolf Creek Pass straddles the Continental Divide between two of the largest intact wilderness areas in the Southern Rockies – the Weminuche and South San Juans. It is a critical area for the movement … more
In 2015, CPLA was awarded $410,000 from The Nature Conservancy’s Rio Grande Water Fund for the treatment of 800 acres, through prescribed fire and thinning, over the next three years to improve forest … more
The Chama Peak Land Alliance connects landowners to technical and financial resources to accomplish a variety of conservation and agricultural projects. We have conducted quite a few site visits and … more
Healthy forests and watersheds are the foundation for land and community health, and sustainable local economies. Private landowners in the Alliance steward more than 200,000 acres of vital forests … more