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Continental Divide Land Trust News

Saving Mountain Landscapes Forever

SPRING 2012-INCLUDING ANNUAL REPORT 2011

VOLUME 14, NO. 1

Wild About Colorado set for July 19-21, 2012
Are you Wild About Colorado? We are!
Our annual art and outdoor event showcases all that we love
about Colorado: wild lands, wildlife, wildflowers, history and
recreation. The new name also highlights the broader scope
for the event, allowing the invited artists to choose their
subjects and the places they paint. Wild About Colorado
offers expanded wildflower walks, history and ghost site
tours, painting workshops for any level, a photography
workshop, how to make botanical lotions, Wet Paint Show,
People’s Choice voting and more.
Don’t miss the Art Show, Sale and Party on the evening of
Friday, July 20. Everything takes place at the Carter Park
Pavilion in Breckenridge.
Check out the official event website at
www.WildAboutColorado.org and for more information,
see page 3.

Please Support CDLT with your Annual Donation
There is no question that fundraising continues to
be a significant challenge for non-profits, and
CDLT is no exception. Our revenues were down
considerably in 2011.
But 2012 is looking up with
the best ever Phantom Ranch
Ball, a new conservation
easement in the works, and
exciting new events. Please
help us turn things around in
2012 with your annual
contribution to CDLT by using
the return envelope enclosed
with this newsletter.

learn more about how your contributions allow us
to do our work, benefits of supporting CDLT, and
upcoming projects. Please support CDLT today!
Thank you!

Iron Springs targeted by CDOT
for new Highway 9 alignment
Continental Divide Land Trust is facing the possible condemnation and
extinguishment of the conservation easement on the Iron Springs
Open Space near Summit High School.

The Colorado Department of
Transportation (CDOT) is studying
We hope to avoid mailing
alternatives for four-laning
individual annual request
Highway 9 between Frisco and
letters to help save the
Breckenridge. A proposed new
expense of paper, postage
alignment would effectively switch
and printing. You can help by the rec path and the highway.
sending in your donation
The plan is to re-route Highway 9
today, or making a secure
over the hill between the hospital
on-line donation at
and the high school, and right
www.CDLT.org.
through the middle of the Iron
We have some significant
Springs Open Space property.
challenges coming our way,
and some exciting
[Continued on page 2.]
opportunities as well.
Please see pages 7 & 8 to

CONTINENTAL DIVIDE LAND TRUST NEWS

Page 2

Phantom Ranch Ball Update

Iron Springs, continued
The proposed new alignment of Highway 9 would cut about a
half mile of roadway, avoid major retaining walls along Dillon
Reservoir, may spare a fen wetland found on the Iron Springs
and adjacent Denver Water Board property, and may allow
for enhancements to wetlands. Rec path users may benefit by
avoiding the hill and sharp turn at Iron Springs and could see
a meandering path along the shores of the reservoir instead.
These enhancements come with a steep cost, including
wildlife underpasses and bridges to avoid the fen and to allow
for rec path crossings. CDOT is currently exploring the costs
of the various highway options, as well as figuring in the long
-term maintenance for a shorter highway route.
Iron Springs is a 30 acre parcel adjacent to Summit High
School and Dillon Reservoir. It was purchased in 2003 by
Summit County Open Space with funding from Great
Outdoors Colorado and other partners. CDLT holds the
conservation easement which protects scenic views, wildlife
habitat, recreation, and an historic mining site.
While it appears that there may be overall benefits to the
environment and the traveling public, the new proposed route
impacts critical winter elk habitat in the Iron Springs area,
significantly changes the recreation experience, and may
result in the extinguishment of the Iron Springs conservation
easement.
CDOT held a public open house on Wednesday, June 13
regarding Iron Springs and the Silverthorne interchange.
Check our Facebook page for the most recent updates
on this issue.
Check out our Facebook page for
the latest updates, news and photos
from CDLT. Our Facebook fans
were the first to hear the date for
the Open Space Celebration with John Fielder, and they’ve
enjoyed photos of our outings, wildflower sightings, and open
space news. We’ll continue to update on Facebook with the
latest news about the Wild About Colorado event and other
upcoming events and volunteer opportunities. You don’t have
to be on Facebook to see our page, it’s public! Visit
www.Facebook.com/continental.divide.land.trust to check it
out. And please, become a fan!

Did you enjoy an
evening at home
on April 1st for
the Phantom
Ranch Ball?
Thank you for
staying home in
support of
CDLT’s
“phantom” event!
The 5th Annual Phantom Ranch Ball was our best yet,
raising over $6,000 for CDLT’s land conservation
efforts. Congratulations to Jon Kirkpatrick, winner of
the original watercolor painting by Ann T. Weaver of
the imaginary “Phantom Ranch 2012.”

GOCO survives
legislative session
Colorado’s legislators made two attempts to divert
funding from Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) in the
recently closed 2012 Colorado legislative session.
Thankfully, both attempts failed and the important
work of GOCO can continue to provide funding for
wildlife habitat, open space, parks, recreation and
trails through Lottery proceeds. Help us celebrate 20
years of GOCO with John Fielder at our Open Space
Celebration coming November 20 to the Silverthorne
Pavilion. See page 8 for more information.

Park County Outreach
“One of the best presentations on conservation
easements I’ve ever heard,” was the statement from
one of the attendees at our presentation in Alma on
March 30 on Land Conservation Options for the
Mosquito Range. About 30 people came to learn
about conservation easements and other land
protection methods, tax benefits, trail and fishing
easements, and other topics relevant to the Mosquito
Range. If you would like a copy of the hand-out from
the event, please contact us.

Colorado River Cooperative Agreement Signed
In last spring’s newsletter, we reported on the historic
Colorado River Cooperative Agreement under negotiation
to end years of fighting and litigation between Denver
Water and west slope interests, including Summit County.
Key aspect of the agreement include limits on Denver
Water’s service area, protection of river flows along the
Colorado River, contribution of millions of dollars toward
environmental enhancements and water treatment,

provision of water to Summit County, and best efforts
toward maintaining Dillon Reservoir at optimum levels for
marinas and recreation, among other promises. Additional
benefits include collaboration and communication, best
management practices, and conservation of water
resources. The 34 parties to the negotiated agreement
announced the signing of the document in May 2012. For
more information, visit www.crwcd.org.

CONTINENTAL DIVIDE LAND TRUST NEWS

Page 3

July 19-21, 2012 at Carter Park Pavilion in Breckenridge, CO

www.WildAboutColorado.org

Please join us for the annual celebration of wildflowers, wild life and wild
lands in Summit County, Colorado. This multi-day event features 16
acclaimed plein-air artists painting in and around Breckenridge, CO, with
all works available for viewing and purchase. Other activities include
guided wildflower hikes, in-town walks, art workshops and nature inspired
activities. All activities are open to the
general public, with proceeds benefiting
the Continental Divide Land Trust.
All events take place at the Carter Park
Pavilion this year. Carter park is located
at the south end of High Street, 4 blocks
east of Main Street. Parking is available
at Carter Park or at Breckenridge
Elementary School.

Wild About Colorado Activities
Space is limited. Please sign up in advance. Schedule subject to change.
For a most current schedule, visit www.WildAboutColorado.org
Plein Air Painting by artists around town and in the field
Wet Paint show daily at the Carter Park Pavilion
Guided wildflower hikes for easy to moderate ability levels
Natural Botanicals workshop
Wildflower magnet workshop
“Quickstart – Getting Started with Outdoor Painting” workshop
All day plein air painting workshop
“Art of Photographic Seeing” workshop
Walk and Talk on the Riverwalk
Historical Walks: Getting Blasted by Candlelight
and Ghost Sites of Boreas Pass












Featured Artist
Larisa Aukon, Kim Barrick, Sandi Bruns, CJ Chadwell, Adele Earnshaw,
Jeanne Echternach, Mary Lou Johns, David Grossmann, Jeanne Hougen,
Debby McAllister, Anita Mosher, Karen Ramsay, Marty Rohde, Lelija Roy,
Ann Weaver, Ginger Whellock

Join Us At The
Friday Evening
Art Show & Sale
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
at the Carter Park Pavilion
Tickets: $10 / person
Come meet the artists and view
the paintings of your favorite
Summit County
scenes.
The artwork
produced during
the event will be
available for purchase Friday
night.
Ticket price covers entry to the
event, appetizers and a free
beverage ticket.
Tickets are available for
purchase at the door.

Become an Event Sponsor!
Showcase your
commitment to
protecting the wild
places, wild life, wild
flowers, and wild
lands of Central
Colorado by becoming one of our
valued event sponsors.

Thank You To Our Sponsors!

Sponsorship opportunities
range from $100 to
$3,000

Town of Breckenridge, Howard and Sue Carver, Jerry and Terri Eaton,
Grand Lodge on Peak 7, Eide Bailly CPA's, 1st Bank, Quandt & Snow
CPAs, Breckenridge Dental Group, Chris and Grant Kurtz, McCreary Fine
Homes, Neils Lunceford.

Each level of sponsorship
includes different promotional
opportunities for your business
and fun perks for you!

For artist bios & samples of artwork visit: www.WildAboutColorado.org.

.

CONTINENTAL DIVIDE LAND TRUST NEWS

Page 4

From the President:

2011 Annual Report:
Continental Divide Land Trust
2011 Annual Report
Financial Report: January 1 – December 31, 2011
Balance Sheet Information
Total Liabilities and Equity

$138,487

Operating Revenue:
Grants
Donations & Memberships
Events Gross
Interest & Dividend Income
Other Income
TOTAL REVENUE:

$17,350
$53,585
$28,817
$ 3,105
$
7
$102,862

Operating Expenses:
Personnel, salary, benefits
Office Rent, phone, internet, web
Supplies
Mailings, postage, printing
Membership Dues and Insurance
Event Expenses
Training, meetings, travel
Accounting Services
Bank & Credit Card fees
Certification (State of Colorado)
Property Taxes
TOTAL EXPENSES:

$82,335
$ 7,060
$ 3,260
$ 3,935
$ 7,574
$15,919
$ 1,664
$ 537
$ 2,166
$ 3,750
$ 206
$128,406

Unrealized gains & losses
NET GAIN/LOSS

$ 115
$-25,429

Thank You to our 2011 Volunteers!

Lynn Amstutz, Judy Anderson, Liz Anthony, Kate Bell, Tina
Biddle, Joel Bitler, Mern Bitler, Harriett Bobo, Linda Boyd,
Carolyn Brown, Dick Brown, Abbey Browne, Bill Bruns, Sue
Buford, Howard and Sue Carver, Tom Castrigno, Jen Cawley,
Dick Clark, Mary Clark, Cathy Cloutier, Susie Cortright,
Cassidy Cortright, Maggie Cox, Gail Culp, Cameron Dahman,
Joan DeGraaff, JoAnn Dufty, Kim Dufty, Amy Evans, Dick
Fahrney, Marilyn Fenner, Maryann Gaug, Susy and Bill
Gillilan, Joanne Hanson, Carolyn Harner, Ellen Hollinshead,
Becky Hopkins, Carly Hough, Joan Hutchinson, Marge
Josephson, Jon Kirkpatrick, Evan Koblinsky, Sharon
Koblinksy, Jon Kreamelmeyer, Terry Kryshak, Dave and Jan
Lace, Kelly Landis, Sarah Lorch, Jessica Marshall, Ann Martin,
Amy and Kevin Mastin, Sue McHenry, Carrie and Ty
Michalowski, Sha and Mike Miklas, Susie Nothnagel, Susana
Novembre, Dave Owens, Judy Palmateer, Mickie Parsons,
Olivia and Lorenzo Patti, Cary Piecoup, Jim Powell, Freddie
Powell, Mary Kay Rachwalski, Scott Reid, Karen and Peter
Rex, Marty Richardson, Gale Roberts, Lilli Roberts, Joanne
Rock, Laura Rossetter, Ken Sauerberg, Carl Scofield, Paul
Semmer, Pat Spitzmiller, Jen Stein, Joyce Stucker, Linda
Tatem, John Taylor, Jen Thompson, Kate Tomlinson, Betsy
Tomlinson, Phillip Tresch, Dave and Jan Vliet-Bittner, Cathy
Waller, Cecile Warner, Miika Wickman, Thomas Wickman,
Lanie Wilderom, Lexi Winston, Myrlene Zimmerman

It’s hard to believe that another year has passed and that the
landscape of challenges and opportunities for CDLT has changed
so much in just one year.
On the challenges side, 2011 was a very difficult year financially
as donations and grants were less than we had anticipated but
expenses, most of which are fixed, were hard to reduce. In
addition, 2 of our long-time conservation easements have come
under potential attack from governmental units that now see
prospective new uses for the underlying properties.
On the opportunities side, we have been approached (for the first
time in a few years) to consider a new conservation easement on
a beautiful piece of property, and we are working with the
County and County Commissioners to place easements on several
of the County’s open space properties. In addition (as you will
see in another part of this letter), we have added 3 new Board
members who bring a wealth of talent and energy to our Board
and the ability to give their new perspectives.
While somewhat restricted due to limited financial resources,
CDLT had a very productive year in 2011 including successful
renewal of our certification from the State of Colorado to hold
conservation easements; water related education involving
professional education credits on “Keeping Water Local” and a
public presentation by Peter McBride on the Colorado River;
continued cooperation with Park County to assist their residents
in understanding and working with conservation easements and
open space programs; and the successful relocation of our Art &
Wildflower Celebration (now, Wild About Colorado) to
Breckenridge, which expanded the number of attendees and
increased revenues.
And, as covered in other parts of this letter, we have a busy year
planned with our newly named Wild about Colorado wildflower
event in July, a John Fielder event in the fall, a History of
Ranching in the Lower Blue presentation by Mary Ellen Gilliland,
and the Pulling for Colorado Weed Pull. We are looking forward
to these events and hope that you will volunteer to help with the
events and, along with your friends and family, attend and
support them.
We welcome your interest and support and hope you will let us
know your thoughts about preserving open space in our beautiful
county and surrounding counties and that you will spread the
word about who and what CDLT is. We look forward to seeing
you at our upcoming events and to renewing old friendships and
building new ones. Be well and enjoy the summer here in God’s
Country.

--- Howard Carver, CDLT President

CONTINENTAL DIVIDE LAND TRUST NEWS

Page 5

2011 Annual Report Donors

CDLT Donors January 1 - December 31, 2011

(New Supporters in Italics)

LIFETIME:

Laura Jacobs

Anonymous
Patti & Tim Casey
Adele Earnshaw
Jim & Lynn Gaza
C. Howard Giberson
Thomas & Debra
Grande
Jeanette & Scotty Moser
Frank & Katherine Smith
Summit County
Government -Open
Space & Trails Dept.
Jeff & Jamie Temple
Town of Breckenridge
Town of Silverthorne

Robert and Judy Girvin
Leigh Girvin
Patsy Hinchey
Jon Kirkpatrick
Terry Kryshak and Judy
Palmateer
John and Polly Loewy
Richard and Joanne
Masica
Ed and Callae Rounds
Amy Scott
Mary Jane and Hans
Wurster
Ellen Yeiser

FOUNDATIONS &
GOVERNMENT
GRANTS:

Gretchen Abernathy
Tim and Patti Casey
Edward and Anne Crane
Marc and Linda
Crawford
Robert and Nancy
Follett

Assurant Foundation
The Antler Foundation,
Ann & “Doc” Cornwell
Donald T. Regan
Charitable Foundation,
Richard Regan
The Sam Gary Jr.,
Family Foundation,
Sam Gary
IBM Foundation
The List Family
Foundation, Marilyn &
Gary List
The Wendy & Barry
Meyer Foundation
The Laura Jane Musser
Fund
The Rossetter
Foundation, Laura &
Steve Rossetter
Charles L. Read
Foundation, Rick
Eisenberg
The Summit Foundation
Town of Breckenridge
Town of Frisco
Town of Silverthorne

LAND
CONSERVATOR

Howard and Sue Carver

LAND
BENEFACTORS:
Jerry and Terri Eaton
William and Susi Gillilan

Bob Girvin and

LAND PATRONS:

Bruce and Mary Harreld
Ana and Jiri Jonas
Jaynanne Karl

S. Lee and Judy L.
Keller

Grant and Christine
Kurtz
Pat Spitzmiller
Whitney and Eric
Van Der Hyde

LAND
SUSTAINERS:

Eleanor and Elwyn Allyn
Brownell Bailey
David Bittner and Jan
Vliet
Russ and Judy Camp
Kim Canfield Barrick
Catherine Cloutier
Dan Cooper

John and Tamra Dodds
Kathryn Emmett and
David Golub
Altitude Gallery,
Timothy Faust
John Fielder
Joanne Hanson

Nathan Hunter
Alexandra Kendall
Larrie and Martha
Mackie
Peter Raich

Joe Rasband

Norman Ringhand
Jim and Roseanne
Shaw
Nancy Swett
Carmen and Sam
Tarantino
Pat and John Taylor

Cheryl Tomberlin and
Carson Lovvorn
Edward and Patricia
Wahtera

LAND SAVERS:

Arthur and Pamela
Albin

Paula Altman

Glenn and Lynn Amstutz
Penny Banks

Cheryl and J.R. Beck

Kate Bell
Pamela Bent
Harriett Bobo
Walter and Mary Jane
Briney
Susie Brown
Jon and Leona
Brownson
John and Cindy Buford

Robert Burckle

Location Research
Analysts, Barbara
Campbell
Dick and Cathy Carleton

Taylor Carson

Douglas and Jocelyn
Childs
Charlotte Clarke
Michael and Joyce Clary
Sylvia Conway
Marsha and Cary
Cooper
John and Betsy
Crossman
Gail Culp
Thomas Davidson
Joan De Graaff
Diana and Don
Dettmering

Mike and Anna Dudick

JoAnn Dufty
Hamilton Duncan
Chris and Emily Edwards
Jack and Jean Ference
Gerry and Annette
Fricke

B.J. and Kim Garcia
Gary and Gloria
Giberson

Reginald and Pam Gray
Margaret Johnson
Greene
Suzanne Greene
Jim and Carol Griesemer
Tom and Aggie Hand
Brent and Cynthia Hart
Alan and Terry Hershey
John and Maggie
Hillman
Marc and Marilyn Hogan
Norma Horner
Joe and Mary Lee Irwin
Mary Lou Johns and
John Rynes
Nancy Juday and John
Popovich
Robert and Marjorie
Julian
L Chuck Kimball
Peter and Judith
Kleinman
Sharon Koblinsky
Stephen and Patricia
Larson

Chris Shomaker
Louise and Steve Slater

Molly and Darryl Lee
Jim and Nancy Lee
Jeffery and Sherri Leigh

Tedd Beegle

Robert and Lori Lash

Chad Longwedel

Nancy Macey
Sarah Mackie
Bing and Nancy Martin
Joanne May and Doug
Beagle
Charlie McCormick
Kevin and Cindi
McDonald
Susan McHenry
John and Constance
McKeague
Glenn and Jane Mueller

Alan Mulberg

Barb and Dan Munyon
Martha and Jim Muth
Maureen and Jim
Nicholls

Tracy O’Connell

John and Pamela O’Neil
Karen Ortiz and Rick
Hum
Barbara and Nick Payne

Kelly Pestello

Lyn Pierce
Robert and Hattit
Potts, Jr.
Sybil Praski
James and Jane Ann
Schneider
Elizabeth Schoeberlein
Jim and Connie
Schweigert
Paul and Martie Semmer

Janet Stuteville

Susan Taylor-Brown
Charles and Linda White
Catherine and Bob
Wittrock

Kyle Woolley
Joe and Joyce Yob
Danna Zarco

FRIEND OF THE
LAND:
Anonymous

Kim Abernathy

John and Judith Ahlquist
Jay Alexander and Ana
Uy-Alexander
Judy Anderson
Barb and Mike Arbuckle
William Carl and Joan
Bailey
Edward Baker and Anna
Van Heeckeren

Nancy and Sterling
Barclay
Katy Bell

Stanley and Betsy Black
Frank Bowman
Peak-A-Boo Toys, Jeff
and Emily Boyd
Kate Brewer
Glen and Lisa Brozovich
Stephanie Capitina
Farley

Thomas and Kathy
Castrigno

Jenn Cawley
Frank and Kristi Celico
AE Chaffin
Anne Marie and Dayton
Chapin

Kathy and Jim Chisholm
James and Margaret
Cox
J. Currie Craven
Sharon Crawford
Larry and Janet Crispell
Donald Danker and
Susan Propper

Leslie Davison

Vera Dawson and
Michael Babnick

Annadane Dayton
Cindi DeAngelo
Vicki Deinema

John and Helga
Doucette
Kim Dufty
Marilyn Fenner
Paul and Eileen Finkel

CONTINENTAL DIVIDE LAND TRUST NEWS
John and Marianne
Fisher
Tara Flanagan
Debby Fort

Donna and Eric Franzen

Gary and Janet Freese
Timothy and Ann Gagen

Lisa Gamber

Kasey Geoghegan

Joyce and Harold Bang
Giger
John Girvin

Sharon Goff and
Harrison Goff
Alvin and Ellie Goldman
Sherilyn and Todd
Gourley
Bonnie Guthrie
Drucie Haddock

Sarah Hales

George and Patricia
Hammer
Jim and Jeanie
Hammond

Marty Hibberd

Michael and Ann Hill

Leslie Hodnett

David Holdcraft and
Greta Schoonover
Ellen Hollinshead
Catherine Houdek
Hertha Hughes
Scott Hummer

Felice Huntley
Nancy Hurd

Joan Hutchinson
Janet Jacks
Conservation Law, P.C.,
Jessica Jay
Jeanne and Tim Jenkins
Richard and Maryann
Johnston

JB Katz and Kerry
Stanowski
John and Arleen Keele
Alan and Susan Korthals
Julie and Paul Krause
Paul Krusa and Marie
Curry
G. Siegfried and Sheryl
Kutter
David and Jan Lace
Barry and Fran Lazarus
Andrew and Sally Lewis
Bill and Sherry Linfield
Brian and Kathy Lorch

Sally and Jere Lynch

Amy and Kevin Mastin
Robert and Martine
Matzke
Lowell and Bonnie
McCoy

Terry McGrath Craig

Pat and Jerry Miller
Alexandra and Cornelius
Milmoe
Nancy Morey
Kurt Morscher
Allyn and Joyce Mosher

Florence Mosher
Dennis Murphy
Karen Musolf

Kathleen Neel
Karen Nielsen

Kim Obert

Chuck and Jane Olsen
Christopher O'Reilly
David Owens
Roger and Sue Paluska
Bill and Karen Pelham
Linda and Ron Peters

Stacy Phillips Lindholm
Cary and Yves Piecoup
Dan Pins
Judith Pollock
Shirley Raney
Marcia and John
Raushenbush
Dave Raymond
George and Katherine
Resseguie
Peter and Karen Rex
Jinx and Phil Riedesel
Linda Roberts and Rick
Hein
Steve Ruff
Wolfgang and Patricia
Schmidt

Aurel "Andy" Searls

Steve and Sandra Smith
Lynn and Bob Solomon
Paul T. Sorenson
David "Spence" Spencer
Karn Stiegelmeier and
Frank Lilly

Susan Stillwell

David and Sandy Street
Carol Strull and Martin
Strull
Steve and Kathy
Swanson
Cheryl Tatro
Gene and Rebecca
Tomlinson
Maureen and Harley
Van de Wege

Fiona Van Reisen and
John Streit
Alison Van Straten
Candice Van Runkle
Melvin Walden

Marilyn Ward

Richard and Agnes
Waterman
Charlotte Weiler

Jennifer Weller

Page 6

Rose and Bob Wentzell
Elisabeth and Stephen
Weseley
Bryan and Sue
Whitcomb
Ed and Nancy Widmann
Terria Wiggins

Mary Wilson

Noreen Wint
Robert Woessner
Sunny Woods
Lane and Jean Wyatt
Thomas and Marsha
Young

ARAPAHOE BASIN
EMPLOYEE
ENVIRONMENTAL
FUND:
Kathryn Angus
James Ashley
Jessica Binion
Ricky Briggs
Thomas Brunner
Sean Bryce
Nathan Buelow
Jessica Caming
Susan Cundiff
Susan Dell
Timothy Finnigan
Anne Gaspar
Alan Henceroth
Leigh A. Hierholzer
Christopher Hiers
Colin Hill
Margaret Hiller
Roxanne Hoover
Mark Jacobson
Lance Jordan
Ryan Lewthwaite
Alfred Maclay
Molly McConnell
Shawn McFarland
Iain McMullen
Marsha Miklas
Brian J. Mitchell
Margaret Murray
Victor Niewoehner
Jennifer Oliver
Neil Powell
Brian Ransom
David Reynolds
David Roth
Judd Santry
Andrew Smith
Mark Verber
Timothy Villard
Paul Walker
Gabriele Walser
Jarrod Wright
Wendy Yocca

LEGACY BEQUEST
FUND:
Sue & Howard Carver

CDLT Agency
Endowment within
The Summit
Foundation:
MJ & Hans Wurster
BUSINESS
DONORS & EVENT
SPONSORS:

Anonymous
1st Bank, Dan Cooper
Alpine Sports, Dave
Hartman & Abbey
Browne
Breckenridge Dental
Group, Dr. John
Warner
Carlson, Carlson &
Dunkelman, LLC., Ron
Carlson
Howard and Sue Carver
City Market
Dillon Dam Brewery,
George Blincoe & Mark
Weinberger
Eide Bailly CPAs &
Business Advisors,
Celia Johnson
Emily Edwards CPA, LLC
Helmer & McElyea,
David Helmer
The Grant and Christine
Kurtz Foundation
Maryland Creek Ranch,
Joanna Hopkins
Jaynanne Montgomery
Natural Grocers- Vitamin
Cottage
Neils Lunceford
Landscape Design, Tim
Glasgo
Rockridge Building
Company, Peter &
Stacy Joyce
Ed and Callae Rounds
Summit Combined
Courts, Hon. Ed Casias
Summit Daily News
Target
Town of Breckenridge
Walmart
West, Brown, Huntley &
Hunter, P.C., Felice
Huntley
Western Land Group,
Adam Poe

IN HONOR OF:

Dorothy Morscher by
Kurt Morscher
Peak 6 by Ellen
Hollinshead
The Dave Peterson
Family by S. Lee and
Judy L. Keller

IN-KIND
DONATIONS:

Balcomb & Green, PC,
Chris Geiger
Conservation Resource
Center, Tina Burghardt
Wright Water Engineers,
Patricia Flood
Colorado Water Trust,
Amy Beattie and Zach
Smith
Big Earth Publishing,
Linda Doyle
Peter McBride
Town of Silverthorne
Hearthstone
Restaurants, Jenn
Cawley
Dillon Dam Brewery,
George Blincoe and
Marc Weinberger
Terry Kryshak
Marty Rohde

DISCLAIMER:

We make every effort to
recognize all of our
contributors and
volunteers. If your
name has been
inadvertently omitted
please accept our
apologies and let us
know by contacting the
CDLT office at 970-4533875 or info@cdlt.org

VOLUME 14, NO. 1

Page 7

Board Member Update

Your Support Allows us to…

Continental Divide Land Trust welcomes
three new board members in 2012: Scott
Hummer, Miro Kovacevic and Laura Snow.



Scott Hummer is the former Blue River
Water Commissioner for our area, and is
now a Project Manager with the Colorado
Water Trust.



Miro Kovacevic is an attorney with West,
Brown, Huntley & Hunter, PC in
Breckenridge, working primarily in litigation
and employment law.
Laura is a CPA with Quandt & Snow in
Frisco. Laura will serve as CDLT’s
Treasurer.
CDLT Board of Directors 2012:
President - Howard Carver
Vice President – Mary Jane Wurster
Secretary – Pat Taylor
Treasurer – Laura Snow
Immediate Past President – Dave Bittner
Board members:
Ron Carlson
Dan Cooper
Jerry Eaton
Emily Edwards
Scott Hummer
Miro Kovacevic
Brian Lorch
Larrie Mackie
Emeritus Board Announced:
CDLT also established an Emeritus Board
to recognize past Board members who
continue to be actively involved:
Sue Carver
JoAnn Dufty
Terri Eaton
Thank you to outgoing Board members,
Terry Hershey and Cate Houdek for their
years of service.





Provide education on land conservation and natural resource
protection for property owners and the public through events,
outings and volunteer projects.
Work with the USFS on conservation options for the Swan
River restoration.
Negotiate and accept new conservation easements.
Defend existing conserved properties.
Provide stewardship of the easements we hold.

Benefits to You for supporting CDLT….






Opportunities to visit protected properties.
Free access to our Connecting People to the Land tours.
CDLT’s Newsletter, Email alerts, invitations to special events,
and more.
Connection with others who share a similar passion for the
land.
The satisfaction in being part of a solution to protect Summit
County’s most important resource.... the land itself!

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!
______________________________________________________________________
Name (as you would like it to appear on acknowledgements)
_______________________________________________________________________
Mailing Address
_______________________________________________________________________
City / State / Zip
________________________
____________________________________________
Phone
Email (will never be shared)
___ I would like my donation to be anonymous.
___ I am interested in volunteering. Please contact me.
___ Enclosed is information about matching this gift through another entity..
___ Friend of the Land
___ Land Saver
___ Land Sustainer

$1-99
$100-249
$250-499

___ Land Patron
$500-$999
___ Land Benefactor $1000-$4,999
___ Land Conservator $5000 & up

___ The enclosed gift is in __ memory or ___ honor of: __________________________
Payment Enclosed: ____ Check or __ Credit Card
Please Charge $___ to my: ___ Visa ___ Master Card ___ American Express
___ Discover
(Your credit card donation will appear on your statement as “Continental”)
_______________________________________________________________________
Card #
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Name on Card
Signature

CDLT 2012 Board Members

On-line giving opportunities and more information can be found at www.CDLT.org.
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!

CONTINENTAL DIVIDE LAND TRUST NEWS

Upcoming Events: Save the Dates!

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Saturday, July 7, Pulling for Colorado, Summit County-wide Noxious Weed Pull.
Summit County Community and Senior Center, Frisco, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. CDLT will host a new site this year at the
Giberson Ranch. The morning starts with light breakfast, live weeds and education. Volunteer teams will split up and
head out to help eradicate weeds from open spaces around the County. Return to the Center for lunch at 12:30. For
more information, contact John Taylor at johntaylor1712@comcast.net or 970-409- 8867.
July 19-21, Wild About Colorado Plein Air Art Festival, Carter Park Pavilion, Breckenridge.
CDLT’s signature summer event. Artists painting outdoors, art and photo workshops, wildflower and history hikes, Art
Show and Sale on Friday, July 20. Visit www.WildAboutColorado.org and see page 3 for more information.
Saturday, August 11, History of Ranching at the Friends of the Lower Blue Annual Meeting.
Slate Creek Hall, Lower Blue, 11a.m.- 2p.m.
The Friends of the Lower Blue River gather for their annual meeting. CDLT will sponsor local historian Mary Ellen
Gilliland’s presentation on the History of Ranching in the Lower Blue River Valley and the families’ deep connection to
the land. Other activities include “then and now” photos by John Fielder and information from area wildlife managers.
Proceeds benefit Friends of the Lower Blue River. For more information, visit www.FOLBR.org or contact
marty@folbr.org.
Monday, August 13, Easement Stewardship Training.
County Commons, Frisco, 5:30 p.m.—7:30 p.m.
For new and returning volunteers and Land Stewards, come learn how to help CDLT monitor our conservation
easements, including new forms and procedures, weeds, and other issues. Dinner provided. Please sign up in advance.
Tuesday, November 20, Open Space Celebration with John Fielder.
Silverthorne Pavilion, 5:30 p.m.—9:00 p.m.
Help celebrate 20 years of Great Outdoors Colorado and the open spaces, parks, trails, and recreation in Summit County
funded by GOCO. John will share images and stories from his new book on GOCO. The event also includes the Open
Space Honors Awards, auctions, raffles, food, drink, and fun. Sponsored by West, Brown, Huntley & Hunter, P.C., 1st
Bank, Emily Edwards CPA, and CopyCopy. Watch Facebook and our website for details as the event gets closer.

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

PO Box 4488
Frisco, CO 80443
ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED

Inside: Wild About Colorado
2011 Annual Report


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