On December 7, 2020, the Colorado Department of Revenue (CDOR) issued a general information letter [Colo. Dep’t of Revenue, Gen. Info. Letter GIL-20-003, 12/07/20] regarding the eligibility of a mutual ditch company to claim a Colorado conservation easement tax credit, except when a state governmental entity is a shareholder. CDOR determined that a mutual ditch
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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