Welcome to LPOSC
The Latest at La Plata:
Members' Picnic Coming Up on June 30th
Our annual members' picnic will be held at the James Ranch this year on June 30. Food, drink, farm and ranch tour. Not a member? It's easy to join. Visit the Support LPOSC page, select a membership level that's right for you, and complete the process by clicking "Donate Now." Or you can send an email to email@example.com or call 970-259-3415. Our members make the conservation work we do possible, so please consider joining today!
Save the Date:
True West RailFest August 15-18, 2013
LPOSC is partnering with True West Magazine and the Durango-Silverton Railroad for this year's Railfest happening August 15-18, 2013. LPOSC supporters will receive special deals during the festival and proceeds from several of the events will be generously donated to LPOSC. Look for more info soon! View the event flyer.
A Message from the Executive Director
Greetings everyone, and welcome to our new website. We are still under construction and new pages will be added as we go. It is my hope that this interactive model will encourage you to come back and visit often. Many, many thanks to our local BP office and The Conservation Resource Center for their generous donations which are making this upgrade possible.
When it is all done, there will be an open forum blog for postings related to conservation easements and all the things we work so hard to protect. Feel free to post about conservation, farming, ranching, water, and recreation.
We will also have an education page with something for everyone from landowners, professional service people, community members, and students of all ages. I am working with others to develop content for this page and welcome everyone's input. Please feel free to contact me with any ideas or questions you may have. I can be reached at 259-3415 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am looking forward to fully developing this means of communication as a means of building support for conservation practices in Southwestern Colorado.
"When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect."