Thumb Butte near Prescott, AZ
50 Mile Feast
W Diamond Ranch
Granite Mountain near Prescott, AZ
Payne-Granite Dells Conservation Easement
Ranching in the Future Workshop II
Sycamore Canyon/San Francisco Peaks
To preserve and protect open space, wildlife habitat, working agricultural lands and the scenic and cultural values of Central Arizona for future generations.
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DECEMBER 2013 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
Central Arizona Land Trust (aka CALT) is blessed with several assets that never seem to be discussed in these newsletters; a solid board of directors with a vast variety of expertise, several independent contractors who help run our office and handle baseline studies and other activities in the field and most of all our incredibly loyal supporters who have supported CALT for over 24 years. Continue...
The 2014 Farm Bill, signed into law by President Obama on February 7, provides more than $1 billion for conservation, exceeding all other federal sources of conservation funding. This bill will keep working farms and ranches in family hands, helping to restore and maintain our ways of life.
Both President Obama and House Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp recently proposed to make permanent the enhanced incentive for conservation easement donations, which expired at the end of December. Read More
2014 Farm Bill
Enhanced Tax Incentive
CALT hosts Spring Friend-Raiser!
On a beautiful spring afternoon, CALT hosted a friend-raising party at Prescott College. Representatives from city government, the Forest Service and many other organizations who share CALT's mission were in attendance. Great food was prepared and served by chef Mark Montague and his able staff, while Granite Mountain Brewery sampled two of its outstanding beers. The event was a great success as we discovered new friends and supporters in Yavapai County. Hope to see you at our next friend-raiser!
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