Continental Divide Land Trust is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that was established in 1994 by a group of concerned citizens who felt that rapid growth was diminishing the quality of life in Summit County, Colorado.
Continental Divide Land Trust permanently preserves and protects the irreplaceable natural areas in and around Summit County for current and future generations, through land preservation agreements, acquisitions, and public education.
Through land preservation agreements, conservation easements, stewardship and public education, we protect natural lands, water, wildlife habitat and rural mountain landscapes. In so doing, CDLT contributes to a healthy future for Summit County and the surrounding area by guarding the natural assets that support the economic base and quality of life that sustains our community.
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Contact Continental Divide Land Trust
106 N. French St.
PO Box 4488, #210-3
Breckenridge, Colorado 80443-4488 Phone: