— Home On The Range

“Yes, I do mean forever”

April 24, 2019
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tonnes per acre sequestered in 2018

Excerpt from The Agricultural Land Trust Press Release, December 2016

The May family’s passion for the land started with Dallas’s father, Raymond May, and was renewed when he passed away 10 years ago. With new purpose, Dallas and his family began searching for solutions to ensure that this land would remain the same for future generations, something his father had spent his life working toward. They began looking into conservation easements, and in 2015 officially moved forward with conserving the ranch. Now that the conservation easement is complete, Dallas and his family feel secure knowing that this land will remain undeveloped, and future generations, whether his family or not, will be able to work, watch the sunset over the limestone bluffs, and call home.

“To be able to place a perpetual easement on our ranch that will assure that the same environmental conditions that exist today will be here forever, yes I do mean forever, is unbelievable,” said Dallas.

Thank you for your support of this project and the preservation of Colorado’s Grasslands.