Seeking Nominations for the 2018 Leopold Conservation Award

The Colorado Cattlemen’s Association and the Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust invite you to submit a nomination for the prestigious Leopold Conservation Award.

The Leopold Conservation Award Program recognizes agricultural landowners who actively exemplify Aldo Leopold’s “Land Ethic”.  The award recognizes and celebrates extraordinary achievement in voluntary conservation by private landowners, and provides a prominent platform by which agricultural community leaders are recognized as conservation ambassadors to the general public. The program builds bridges between agriculture, government, environmental organizations, industry, and academia to advance the cause of private lands conservation. To learn more about the program please visit

Nominations for the 2018 Leopold Conservation Award are now open and we invite you and your organization to submit a nomination. The nomination process is simple and does not take a great deal of time. Submit the name, contact information, and brief operational information of the nominee to Maggie ( by Friday, December 1. Once an applicant has been nominated, they will be contacted and asked to complete and submit the award application. As a nominator, you are welcome to support the landowner in completing the application process.

Thank you for all you do to support Colorado’s agricultural community. If you have questions or would like additional information, please contact Maggie Hanna at, (303) 225-8677 or Sarah Smith at, 303-431-6422.


Benjamin Duke,                                Todd Inglee,
Board Chair, CCALT                         President, CCA

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