Other Conservation Projects

Other Conservation Projects

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Abrams Creek

In 2016 Eagle County Open Space partnered with the Town of Eagle and the Eagle Ranch  to Wildlife Committee to provide funding for the Town of Eagle to acquire the property as open space. Read More

Avon Northside

The Avon Northside conservation easement includes approximately 97 acres north of Interstate 70 in Avon, CO. Read More

Bair Ranch

in 2004 Eagle County permanently protected the 4,830 acre Bair Ranch, located on the Eagle County/Garfield County line between Interstate-70 and Cottonwood Pass. Read More

Colorado River Ranch

The Colorado River Ranch is a 1,017 acre working ranch on the Colorado River Road that includes two miles of river frontage on the Upper Colorado River. Read More

Dewey Park Conservation Easement

In 2016, the Eagle Valley Land Trust and Eagle County Open Space partnered to complete the Dewey Park Conservation Easement. Read More

Dotsero Landing

The Dotsero Landing Boat Ramp is located just above the confluence of the Upper Colorado and Eagle Rivers. Read More

Dry Lake

The Dry Lake Motocross Park is located north of Gypsum and includes both a motorized recreation area and conservation land. Read More

Eagle Valley Land Exchange

The Eagle Valley Land Exchange was completed in 2012 and helped protect 1,560 acres of land within the valley. Read More

Emma Open Space

The Emma Open Space is a 70.5 acre property acquired by Pitkin County Open Space in two phases. Read More

Gates Ranch

In 2007 Eagle County, along with the Eagle Valley Land Trust (EVLT) and Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO), permanently protected the 740-acre Gates Ranch. Read More

Glassier Ranch

The Glassier Open Space is comprised of two properties, which were acquired in 2013 and 2014 and total 282 acres. Both properties are located in the Eagle County section of the Emma area of the Roaring Fork Valley. Read More

Grange Ranch

In 2008 Eagle County, along with Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO), Pitkin County Open Space (POST), and the Aspen Valley Land Trust (AVLT) permanently protected the Grange Ranch. Read More

McNulty Ranch

In 2008 Eagle County, along with the Aspen valley Land Trust (AVLT), permanently protected the 973 acre McNulty Ranch, located along Upper Cattle Creek on Missouri Heights outside of Basalt, Colorado. Read More

Meadow Creek

Meadow Creek is owned by the Town of Vail and is protected by a conservation easement held jointly by Eagle County and the Eagle Valley Land Trust (EVLT). Read More

Saltonstall Ranch

The 145 acre Saltonstall Ranch is located in the Emma area of Eagle County, at the base of The Crown and Mount Sopris in the Roaring Fork Valley west of State Highway 82 between Carbondale and Basalt. Read More

State Bridge

In 2011 Eagle County purchased 12 acres of land at State Bridge, the junction of Colorado Highway 131 and the Trough Road, with access to the Upper Colorado River. Read More

Two Bridges

In 2011 Eagle County purchased 17 acres of land at Two Bridges. Read More

Walking Mountains (Avon Campus)

The Walking Mountains Science Center’s (WMSC) Avon campus includes a 3.5 acre conservation easement Read More

Walking Mountains (Sweetwater Campus)

In 2020, Eagle County Open Space helped fund the placement of a conservation easement on Walking Mountains Science Center’s (WMSC) 224 acre Sweetwater campus. Read More
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