Keep it Colorado announces its breathtaking new video “”Keep It Colorado: Creating a Colorado Where People, Lands, Waters and Wildlife Thrive.”   The video was a collaboration of Keep It Colorado and its member land trusts and includes footage of properties preserved with conservation easements across the state.  Bravo to Keep It Colorado and all of

in December, Douglas Land Conservancy (DLC) accepted conservation easement charitable donations on two separate properties in Douglas County for the permanent protection of open space and wildlife habitat.  The Meyer family donated a conservation easement on 40 acres of land in Sedalia near the Pike National Forest.  This newly-conserved parcel is adjacent to 440 acres

Colorado Open Lands (COL) announced yesterday that the organization completed its 500th conservation project in Colorado this month.  COL has now conserved more than 585,000 acres in Colorado.  Congratulations to COL and to its dedicated staff, Board members and volunteers on this impressive milestone!

The Trust for Public Land (TPL) reports that 26 conservation measures supported by TPL in the 2020 election were approved by voters, amounting to nearly $3.7 billion in funding for land conservation, parks, climate resiliency and habitat.  Four of these ballot measures were located in the Rocky Mountain region in Colorado and Montana.
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The IRS Office of Chief Counsel provides guidance in Notice CC 2021-001 regarding settlement options offered by the IRS for U.S. Tax Court cases currently pending under Notice 2017-10 for syndicated conservation easement transactions.  The Notice provides information about financial terms and process for settlement in an effort to promote efficient and consistent resolutions of