Thanks to our volunteers behind the scenes

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You might not notice them.

But our volunteers play a vital role for San Isabel Land Protection Trust. In 2018, they donated nearly 1,500 hours. The many ways they give to San Isabel is humbling and heartwarming.

Our volunteers help us visit each of our 133 conservation easements across four counties. They provide key oversight on the board of directors. They stage our largest fundraiser, Art for the Sangres. They ensure the Hardscrabble Mountain Trail Run is a rollicking success. And they help maintain The Bluff Park in Westcliffe.

A special shout-out to Ben Lenth, San Isabel's former executive director, who provided guidance and support while we searched for his replacement this past year and continues to do so.

As we wrap up 2018 and look forward to 2019, we say ... Thank You!

Our 2018 Volunteers

Vic Barnes

Woody Beardsley

Anita Bomgardner

Jim Bradburn

Sara Brandow

Brian Brandow

Doug Cain

Inge Cosby

Custer County Sheriff's

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Tony DeLange

Esme DeLange

Bill Donley

Dick Downey

Wayne Ewing

Amy Finger

Jeff Gillingham

Maureen Gillingham

Jerry Glassman

Ros Glassman

Marci Gregg

Roger Gregg

Cathy Griffin

Melissa Hart

Peter Hedberg

Donna Hood

Ralph Hood

Keith Hood

David Huber

Ken Humphreys

Becky Humphreys

Steve Ilg

Lynn Karantz

Peggy Kavookjian

Terri Kerr

Chuck Keyes

Herb Kober

Jim Krasovec

Tracy Laughlin

Annie Layman

Jan Lee

Ben Lenth

Mary Ellen Lesage

Carol Levy

Pete Levy

Mike Liebman

Christina MacLeod

Molly McCarty

John Mitchell

Deb Mitchell

Inge Munden

Jack Naff

Blake Osborn

Paul Parsons

Carrell Pickoff

Arthur Pickoff

Shannon Proctor

Charles Proctor

Chris Relph

Ann Robey

Chris Skagen

Christine Smith

Greg Smith

Gregory Smith

Priscilla Smith

Cathy Snow

Mark Stamper

Bob Steimle

Gwen Steves

Clara Swan

Gary Taylor

Larry Vickerman

Marcia Vickerman

Kate Vickery

Andrew Walker

Hal Walter

Harrison Walter

Mary Walter

Jim Webb

Paul Wenke

Dianne Whalen

   

 

 

 

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
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  • "My family put 720 acres under conservation easement in 2009. We did it to protect the integrity of the property and to help secure the water rights to the irrigated hay land in perpetuity. In this age of agricultural and economic uncertainty, conservation easements are the thing to do."

    – Larry Vickerman, executive director, Denver Botanic Gardens, Chatfield