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 north-central Arizona for future generations.
What We Offer
Congress recently extended, through 2013, a Federal tax incentive for conservation easement donations that has helped thousands of landowners conserve their land. Please read the Land Trust Alliance Enhanced Easement Incentive Renewed Through 2013 brochure to learn more.
Accredited land trusts are granted the ability to use the accreditation seal. The seal gives the land trust public recognition that it is carrying out the practices from Land Trust Standards and Practices that indicate it is operating in an ethical, legal and technically sound manner. This recognition gives the land trust enhanced credibility and respect from donors, partners, members and the public. In addition, the preparation and application process affords applicants the opportunity to review and implement policies that will help streamline their operations and lead to more effective land conservation.
CALT will have a booth at an event designed to highlight the many outdoor and water-based recreational opportunities, organizations, retailers, equipment, and resources in the Prescott area.
New Tax Incentives
CALT Pursues Land Trust Alliance Accreditation
2nd Annual Prescott's Great Outdoors-Oct 12-13, 2013
Senate Passes Farm Bill
As we roll into the summer months The Central Arizona Land Trust (CALT) is preparing for its second Fifty Mile Feast event that will be held August 24th in Chino Valley. In keeping within the mission of CALT we are not only committed to the protection of our natural setting, which in turn supports our working landscapes, we are working in the spirit of encouraging local farmers to produce foods that are organically grown and available to the residents of Yavapai County.
NEW SIGNS ON THREE OF OUR CONSERVATION EASEMENTS
Our city owned open space provides an important place of refuge in our everyday lives. We hope that these new signs will remind everyone that a number of these parcels are forever protected from development.
Granite Dells Open Space Preserve
Thumb Butte near the climbers trail
Boyle-DeBusk Open Space
Boyle-DeBusk Open Space
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