Preserving Open Space in the Heart of Arizona
To preserve and protect open space, wildlife habitat, working agricultural lands and the scenic and cultural values of north-central Arizona for future generations.
Local Partners Successfully Complete Land Conservation adjacent to Camp Navajo, Coconino County
The first step in conserving 240 acres southwest of Flagstaff at Rogers Lake has been completed, as the culmination of a unique, collaborative effort involving Camp Navajo-Arizona National Guard, the Army National Guard, Coconino County, and the Central Arizona Land Trust (CALT).
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Articles by Eric Moore, Kathy McCraine and a tribute to Elizabeth Ruffner.
MANY THANKS TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED IN CALT'S SPRING FLING.
THE EVENT WAS A HUGE SUCCESS AND HAS BROUGHT THE COLDWATER FARM FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN CLOSE TO ITS GOAL.
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CONSERVING THE LIFESTYLE AND HERITAGE OF RANCHING
WHY LAND PROTECTION MATTERS
The Central Arizona Land Trust is an Arizona nonprofit corporation and is tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) and a qualifying organization under Section 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) of the Internal Revenue Code for the acceptance of conservation easements.
Central Arizona Land Trust
PO Box 1050
Prescott, AZ, 86302
Office Location: 1577 Plaza W. Dr., Prescott, AZ 86303