Vail Daily column: Land Trust provides stewardship tools

7th November, 2014 by

By Edward Stoner

We live in a beautiful, wild and accessible place. All who spend significant time in Eagle County can agree with this claim. We are so fortunate to be able to walk, bike, or take a short drive from our offices and homes and immediately be immersed in a gold medal fishery, a flowing sagebrush single-track, elk roaming grounds, a shimmering aspen grove, an expansive pasture or a deep, sub-alpine forest. Over 7,000 acres of these pristine and wild places in Eagle County have been conserved forever by the Eagle Valley Land Trust and its many partners. These places are what …

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