We are thrilled that you‘re interested in learning more about conserving your land with Larimer County's Open Lands Program.

Larimer County is growing and agricultural land and open lands are continuously being developed. Some of these lands have conservation values Larimer County may be interested in working with you to protect. These values include wildlife habitat, wetlands, native plants, water, farm and ranch land, scenic vistas and community separators. By conserving your land with Larimer County, you can help preserve our natural resources and a rural way of life for future generations.

Click the links below to learn how you can conserve your land with Larimer County.

Help More Customers Find You is a flyer by the Colorado Open Lands land trust that maintains an online database of products produced from conserved lands that is available publicly and might help you generate business.

FYI Income 39 is a Colorado Department of Revenue document that addresses the conservation easement program in detail and would be helpful to provide to your attorney and accountant as you learn more about what donating a conservation easement on your land might mean for you.

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Contact Us

Charlie Johnson, Senior Land Agent
970-498-5725
johnsocw@co.larimer.co.us

Meegan Flenniken, Conservation, Planning & Resource Program Manager
970-619-4562
mflenniken@larimer.org