A “birdathon” was held by some local birders on May 10, 2014 in an effort to find as many species of birds in the San Luis Valley in one 24 hour period. Continue reading
All of us at RiGHT were saddened by the recent loss of a great friend of conservation on the Rio Grande, Ralph Outcalt, at age 101. Continue reading
Our Spring 2014 Newsletter is here! Included in this issue is an article by Evelyn Buss about the newly conserved Haywood Ranch, a farewell to two resigning board members, donor thank yous, and information on how you can get more involved in RiGHT. Click this link to read the newsletter and learn about our efforts to conserve our land, water, and way of life in Colorado’s San Luis Valley.
2013 was a big year for RiGHT! Click this link to read our 2013 Annual Report and catch up on what the Land Trust did last year.
Please note that this position has been filled for 2014. Check back in 2015 for another internship opportunity!
RiGHT is looking for a Cathy McNeil Conservation Intern (CMCI) Intern for the 2014 summer field season! The successful candidate will work with RiGHT on community outreach, Land Trust events, and conservation easement monitoring during our busy summer season. Continue reading
You’ve probably heard us talk about the Garcia Ranch. It was our 2013 Save the Ranch project and we completed the conservation easement in December. Here is a chance to look at the ranch through the lens of co-owner Lana Garcia in her short film about the ranch that includes a fascinating interview with her father, Reyes Garcia.
Our Winter 2013 Newsletter is here! Included in this issue is a piece about Don Richmond’s commitment to conservation, an announcement about RiGHT receiving an El Pomar Award for Excellence, an article by Executive Director Nancy Butler about the West Fork Fire, and much more. Click this link to read the newsletter and learn about our efforts to conserve our land, water, and way of life in Colorado’s San Luis Valley.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Rio Grande Headwaters Land Trust (RiGHT) invite the community to join them on Saturday, October 26th from 1 to 3 pm for an opening day at Shriver Wright State Wildlife Area, on the east side of Monte Vista. The area was renamed in honor of local farmers and water leaders, Doug Shriver and Ray Wright, and several new features have been developed on the site to enhance the experience of the beautiful river corridor location. Continue reading