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Meet The Faces Behind Land Conservation


  • Lazy V Quarter Circle Cattle Ranch

    Lazy V Quarter Circle Cattle Ranch has been in the Bershenyi family since 1941. The Bershenyi’s decided to permanently conserve the ranch for future generations to enjoy and to honor the family’s ranching heritage. Read more

  • Hahn’s Peak

    Located in the Upper River Valley of Routt County near Steamboat Springs, the Fetchers rarely have to worry about having enough water. The family has successfully raised cattle and enjoyed recreational opportunities such as camping, hunting, fishing and hiking over the years. Read more

  • Harris Orion (Lazy H Ranch)

    Doug and Kerry Harris originally planned on developing the 4,070 acres of land known as the Lazy H Ranch when they purchased it in 2011 but time spent at the ranch changed their plans and they decided to keep the land safe from development. Read more

  • Galley Ranch

    Stan and Misty Galley have a passion for saving their land and they hope the ranch will be passed down from generation to generation, keeping the land they love preserved forever. Read more

  • Coberly Creek Ranch

    The financial rewards from their 480-acre conservation easement helped make it possible for families to live and ranch together on the Coberly Creek Ranch in Routt County. Together, they all play a vital role in cattle-raising, hay production and hunting guide services. Read more

  • Rafter 26 Ranch

    Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust played a very instrumental role in completing the conservation easement for Rafter 26 Ranch. Lee felt like Cattlemen’s first goal was to “help the rancher” and because of that, they were a great fit for the ranch’s needs. Read more