dedicated to the protection and conservation of natural character, habitats & ecosystems

dedicated to the protection and conservation of natural character, habitats & ecosystems

dedicated to the protection and conservation of natural character, habitats & ecosystems

OUR MISSION

Douglas Land Conservancy (DLC) is a nonpolitical, nonprofit land trust dedicated to the protection and conservation of the natural character, habitats, ecosystems, and open space of Douglas County and other areas along the Front Range region of Colorado.

DLC protects an average of 785 acres annually

Douglas Land Conservancy (DLC) is a nonprofit made up of citizens concerned about land conservation and smart growth in our region of Colorado. Based in Castle Rock, Colorado since 1987, DLC serves primarily Douglas County. However, recognizing the importance of a regional approach in land conservation DLC has recently broadened its focus to support surrounding counties, including Jefferson and Elbert.

Today, we are actively preserving over 27,430 acres in Douglas, Jefferson and Elbert Counties. All of this is made possible because of generous support from donors, volunteers and landowners.

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