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Continental Divide Land Trust News

Saving Mountain Landscapes Forever

END OF YEAR 2012

VOLUME 14, NO. 2

Summit’s Great Outdoors Celebration
Tuesday, November 20, Silverthorne Pavilion
Please Join Us!
Did you know that Great Outdoors Colorado -- the lotteryfunded state program to enhance wildlife habitat, parks,
recreation, trails, and open space – has invested over $6
million dollars in Summit County?!? Please join us the
Tuesday before Thanksgiving at the Silverthorne Pavilion to
celebrate Summit’s Great Outdoors, recognize GOCO’s
contributions, and honor local people who have worked
tirelessly for natural resource protection in our community.
The evening features a slide show by John Fielder of images from his new book: “Colorado’s Great
Outdoors: Celebrating 20 Years of Lottery-Funded Lands,” sale of John’s books and calendars in time
for holiday gift-giving, raffle, auction, door prizes, coffee, desserts and cash bar. We are also offering
a special pre-event reception with John and GOCO officials including a pasta dinner.
Please see page 4 for all the event details! We hope you will join us!

Please Support CDLT with Your End-of-Year Donation
Our fiscal year ends December 31 and we are working hard to meet our annual revenue goal. You
can help with your year-end donation! We are very pleased that fundraising is going better this year
than last, but we are not out of the woods, so to speak. Your annual support allows us to reach out to
landowners with conservation options, conserve more natural lands, provide education to
professionals and the public, and
monitor and steward the 2600 acres of
lands that we already protect with
conservation easements.
Options for Year-End Giving:
Continental Divide Land Trust will
Please use the enclosed envelope, the
be participating in Colorado Gives
form on page 3, call us with your credit Day this year. Your on-line
card donation, click on our website at
donation to CDLT made on Tuesday, December 4, 2012, at
www.CDLT.org to make a secure onwww.GivingFirst.org will be increased thanks to the
line donation, or contribute this year on generosity of Community First Foundation and 1st Banks of
December 4 during Colorado Gives Day Colorado. Your donation may even be doubled! Please
to increase the impact of your
consider supporting CDLT this year by taking advantage of
contribution. Thank you for your
this generous offer to increase the impact of your donation.
support!

Colorado Gives Day, Dec. 4th:
Increase Your Donation!

New Conservation Project Nearing Completion
We are nearing completion on a new conservation easement project
in the Lower Blue that will protect scenic views along the Blue
River, wetland and riparian areas, native springs, and a wildlife
movement corridor. We hope to announce successful completion by
the end of the year. Please sign up for our email alerts, or “like” us
on Facebook to be the first to hear about it. Visit
www.Facebook.com/continental.divide.land.trust to check it out.
And please, become a fan!

CONTINENTAL DIVIDE LAND TRUST NEWS

Page 2

Wild About Colorado – A Great Success!
The Wild About
Colorado Plein Air
Art & Outdoor
Festival in
Breckenridge, July
19-21, was the best
yet! We hosted 15
artists painting our
local scenery,
numerous hikes and
presentations, and the Art Show and Party on the evening
of Friday, July 20. The Carter Park Pavilion in Breckenridge
was a great venue with plenty of room for the art displays
and outdoor space to enjoy food and drink. The event
grew again this year with a significant increase in
attendees, People’s Choice ballots cast, and most
importantly, in revenue. The event raised over $10,000 for

Year In Review in Photos
Many hands make light
work! Lots of kids from
Summit Middle School
along with several
adults helped us put
together the mailing
for the Phantom Ranch
Ball in March 2012.

Mary Ellen Gilliland with her book
“Summit! A Gold Rush History of Summit
County, Colorado.” Mary Ellen presented
a History of Ranching in the Lower Blue,
sponsored by CDLT, at the Friends of the
Lower Blue Annual Meeting at the Slate
Creek Hall in August 2012.

CDLT’s land conservation programs, a nearly 20% increase
over last year!
A special Thank-YOU goes to the event sponsors: Town of
Breckenridge, Grand Lodge on Peak 7, Eide Bailly CPAs, 1st
Bank, Summit Daily News, Breckenridge Dental Group,
McCrerey Fine Homes, Neils Lunceford Landscape &
Design, Quandt & Snow CPAs, The Carvers, The Eatons,
The Kurtz's, and The Wahteras. Thank you also to the
artists, organizing committee, art buyers, and everyone
who attended!
Join us in 2013: Save the Dates of July 17-21 in
Breckenridge for the 2013 Wild About Colorado Festival.
We hope to return to the Carter Park Pavilion. Sign up for
our email alerts or “like” us on Facebook to be the first to
hear about our 2013 plans.

CDLT takes over Soda Creek
Open Space Association
“Keystone Parcel” to be monitored for future USFS
land trades
CDLT and the Soda Creek Open Space Association
reached an agreement this year that will allow SCOSA to
dissolve knowing that a qualified organization will carry
on their goal to see the “Keystone Parcel” preserved as
open space. The Keystone Parcel is an important piece of
US Forest Service land that separates Keystone Resort
and Summit Cove from Keystone Ranch. The property
offers a scenic buffer, wildlife habitat, and many wellloved local trails. CDLT has agreed to monitor USFS land
trade activities that may target the Keystone Parcel, and
advocate for its continued protection as public open
space.

FOR SALE!

Kids loved our “Guess the
Open Space Game” at our
booth at the Earth Day
Action Fair in April 2012.

We hosted the first-ever weed pull at the Giberson Ranch as
part of Pulling for
Colorado Weed Pull on
July 7th. Pictured here
are: Clint Giberson and
dog, Leigh Girvin, Gail
Culp, Howard Carver,
Chad Carver, Ryan from
the Summit County Weed
Program, Cliff Giberson,
and Ann Brewster. Not
pictured: Gail Shears.

Open Top for Open Spaces
We are honored to be gifted with the donation of Bob
Anderson’s beloved Volkswagen Cabriolet Convertible.
Bob and Judy Anderson are long-time supporters of
CDLT. When Bob passed away suddenly last spring, Judy
wanted to make a meaningful gift of Bob’s “fun” car.
CDLT will be selling the vehicle with all proceeds
benefitting our land conservation programs. It’s a 1985
Wolfsburg edition Cabriolet
Convertible, a perfect way
to enjoy the scenic views
of our scenic landscapes. If
you are interested in
owning this vehicle, please
contact us for more
information.

CONTINENTAL DIVIDE LAND TRUST NEWS

Page 3

2012 Donors To Date!

CDLT Donors January 1 - October 31, 2012
Gretchen Abernathy; Grand Lodge on Peak 7, Kaira
Adam; Arthur and Pamela Albin; Glenn and Lynn
Amstutz; Timothy Arnold; Brownell Bailey; William
Carl and Joan Bailey; Ebb Flow Properties, Edward
Baker and Anna Van Heeckeren; Penny Banks; Tedd
Beegle; Pamela Bent; David Bittner and Jan Vliet;
Stanley and Betsy Black; Harriett Bobo; Alpine
Appraisal, Michael Bohlender; Linda Boyd; Kate
Brewer; Audrey M. Cameron; Location Research
Analysts, Barbara Campbell; Thomas Carney; Howard
and Sue Ellen Carver; Douglas and Jocelyn Childs;
Igor Chykalov; Michael and Joyce Clary; Catherine
Cloutier; Marsha and Cary Cooper; 1st Bank, Dan
Cooper; Robert and Terry Craig; Edward and Anne
Crane; Larry and Janet Crispell; Gail Culp; Robert
D'Alessandro; Donald K. Dankner and Susan Propper;
Thomas Davidson; Vera Dawson and Michael
Babnick; John and Helga Doucette; Dave and Mary
Drawbert; Kim Dufty; Jerry and Terri Eaton; Emily
Edwards CPA LLC, Chris and Emily Edwards; Bill
Efting; Marilyn Fenner; Jack and Jean Ference; John
Fielder; John and Marianne Fisher;Bruce Fitch and
Virginia Bradley; Tara L. Flanagan; Robert and Nancy
Follett; Debby Fort; Gerry and Annette Fricke;
Timothy and Ann Gagen; Lisa Gamber; Kate and Sam
Gary; Kasey Geoghegan; Phil and Barbara Gibbs;
William and Susy Gillilan; Linda Ginsberg; Leigh
Girvin; Robert and Judy Girvin; Neils Lunceford, Inc.,
Tim Glasco and Matt Brewer; Alvin and Ellie Goldman;
Dennis Grant; Suzanne Greene; Margaret Johnson
Greene; Jim and Carol Griesemer; George J. and
Melissa M. Gruber; Bonnie Guthrie; Tom and Aggie
Hand; Brent and Cynthia Hart; Arapahoe Basin, Alan
Henceroth; Stephen E. Henderson; Harry Hershey
and Audrey Cameron; Ann B. Hill; Michael and Ann
Hill; Marc and Marilyn Hogan; Carolyn Holloway;
Catherine Houdek; David and Jill Hughes; Rick Hum;
Scott Hummer; West,Brown, Huntley & Hunter, P C,
Felice Huntley; Jean Jeanneret; Michael Joannides
and Libby Richey; Eide Bailly LLP, Celia Johnson and
Kevin Neumaier; Richard and Maryann Johnston; Ana
and Jiri Jonas; Margery Josephson and Dennis Larkin;
IBM Foundation, Ann Marie Kaplan; Jaynanne Karl;
Maureen Kiely; Lloyd Chuck Kimball; Jon Kirkpatrick;
Bonnie Kirschenbaum; Peter and Judith Kleinman;
Hank and Janis Kreis; Terry Kryshak and Judy
Palmateer; Brian Kujawa; Grant and Christine Kurtz
Foundation, Grant and Christine Kurtz; Stephen and
Patricia Larson; Barry and Fran Lazarus; Molly and
Darryl Lee; Jim and Nancy Lee; Laura Jane Musser
Fund, Mary Karen Lynn-Klimenko; Nancy Macey;
Sarah Mackie; Bing and Nancy Martin; Amy and Kevin
Mastin; Joanne May and Doug Beagle; McCrerey Fine
Homes, Mark McCrerey; Thomas J. and Renee L.
McCutcheon; Susan McHenry; David McKie and Lori
Whipple; The Barry and Wendy Meyer Foundation,
Barry and Wendy Meyer; Julie Molano; Nancy Morey;
Glenn and Jane Mueller; Karen and William Musolf;
Martha and Jim Muth; Thomas Neils; Kristina
Nethaway; Karen Nielsen; Stephen and Carrie
O'Connor; Anne A. and John Ojennes; Chuck and
Jane Olsen; John and Pamela O'Neil; David Owens;
Roger and Sue Paluska; Bill and Karen Pelham; Dan
Pins; Western Land Group, Adam Poe; Nancy Redner;
Donald T. Regan Foundation, Richard Regan; George
and Katherine Resseguie; Norman Ringhand;
Wolfgang and Patricia Schmidt; Elizabeth
Schoeberlein; Carl Scofield; David and Nancy Scull;

Jim and Roseanne Shaw; Bridgeline Real Estate, Lindsey Shorthouse; Richelle Simpson;
Louise and Steve Slater; Bert and Shirley Snyder; Pat Spitzmiller; Fred and Nancy Stanley;
Tax Credit Connection, Ariel Steele; David F. and Marnie K. Stelzer; Karn Stiegelmeier and
Frank Lilly; Carol Strull and Martin Strull; Jessa Suthann; Pat and John Taylor; Susan Taylor
-Brown and Marc Brown; Mark and Lotta Timberlake; Andrew Tolbert; Gene and Rebecca
Tomlinson; Barbara Turner; Edward and Patricia Wahtera; Breckenridge Dental Group,
John Warner, DDS; Charlotte Weiler; Rose and Bob Wentzell; Elisabeth and Stephen
Weseley; Loran and Sharleen Willden; Mary Jane and Hans Wurster; Lane and Jean Wyatt;
George York; Deborah Zimmerman; The Summit Foundation, Lee Zimmerman

Support CDLT and Land Conservation!
Continental Divide Land Trust

Mailing: PO Box 4488, Frisco, CO 80443
Office: 106 N. French Street, Suite 210-3, Breckenridge
Phone: 970-453-3875 Email: info@cdlt.org, Web: www.cdlt.org
YES! I want to help save irreplaceable natural lands in the Central Rockies with my
support for CONTINENTAL DIVIDE LAND TRUST!
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CONTINENTAL DIVIDE LAND TRUST is a non-profit, tax exempt organization under IRC
section 501(c)(3). All contributions are tax-deductible as provided by law.
Thank you for your support!

Looking For the Perfect Holiday Gift?
CDLT is selling limited edition prints from Adele Earnshaw's collection. We have
"Early Winter - Summit County" and "Winter Fox" available for $35 per print.
We are also selling notecard gift sets. Notecard designs include
the two Adele prints as well as a variety of landscapes. Notecard
sets include 6 notecards plus envelopes for $5.00.
Email CDLT at info@cdlt.org or call us at 970-453-3875 for more
information about purchasing these gifts.

CONTINENTAL DIVIDE LAND TRUST NEWS

Page 4

Summit’s Great Outdoors Celebration
Tuesday, November 20, Silverthorne Pavilion
Please Join Us!
Colorado's renowned nature
photographer John Fielder will
present a slide show of images
from his new book: “Colorado’s
Great Outdoors: Celebrating 20
Years of Lottery-Funded Lands.”
John’s books and calendars will
be available for purchase, with a
generous portion of the proceeds
benefitting CDLT. John will be
available to sign and inscribe
books before and after the show.
Summit’s Great Outdoors Awards will be presented to six local people for
their work protecting our natural environment and outdoor recreation
opportunities. Formerly known as the Friends of Open Space Awards,
these honors are awarded only every five years.
Doors open for the main event starting at 6:30 p.m. and presentations
begin at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $20 at the door. Sponsors are Emily
Edwards, CPA; West, Brown, Huntley, & Hunter, PC; 1st Bank; Western
Land Group; CopyCopy; Summit Daily News; Howard & Sue Carver; and
MJ & Hans Wurster.

Join us for a

Pre-Event Reception and
Meet & Greet
November 20th 5:30pm
Silverthorn Pavilion
Tickets: $50 / person

Join us for a special
opportunity to meet John
Fielder and officials from
GOCO prior to the main
event. Starting at 5:30, we
are offering a pasta dinner,
drink ticket, and the first
chance to buy books and
reserve your seat. Tickets
for this special reception
are $50 per person and must be reserved
by November 17 by contacting CDLT at
970-453-3875 or info@cdlt.org.

Non-Profit
US Postage
PAID
Frisco, CO
Permit # 31

PO Box 4488
Frisco, CO 80443
ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED

Inside: Summit’s Great Outdoors Celebration
John Fielder Slide Show
New Conservation Project


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