At Five Valleys, our conservation work only begins with the signing of an easement.  In our view, this is when our partnership with the land and landowner begins in earnest. With a conservation easement comes the Five Valleys' perpetual responsibility of stewarding the protected conservation values and supporting landowners in their efforts to manage their land with conservation in mind.

We take this commitment seriously.  We monitor our conservation easements and visit with landowners every year.  We listen carefully to the concerns of landowners and work to help them meet their management goals in a way that achieves optimal protection for their land.  We pride ourselves in working collaboratively with landowners and other partners to bring resources and sound solutions to complex land management issues.

Fast Facts

Five Valleys received its first grant in 1972 from the America the Beautiful Fund in the amount of $100. >>

News & Events

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Rattlesnake Land Trust Closes and Passes Responsibility to Five Valleys Land Trust >>