The Chama Peak Land Alliance is an association of 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.

Members of the Alliance represent a land area that runs from the headwaters of the Navajo River in south Archuleta County, Colorado and the Conejos River system to the Brazos headwaters and Rio Nutrias in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. The membership currently consists of a land block of approximately 200,000 acres but is continually growing and adding members. Elevation ranges from over 12,000 feet and the Continental Divide to around 7,000 feet.

For more information on ways to participate, click here.

For a copy of our 2011-2012 biennial report, click here.

For a copy of our 2013-2014 biennial report, click here.

Read the Alliance Charter (pdf)

Click on the image below for a larger version of the map.

Watersheds in the Alliance Region