Working with communities and landowners to preserve southwestern Utah's heritage of scenic beauty, open lands, and quality of life.
The Importance of Volunteers to this Mission:
Over the past 20 years, VRLPA has protected nearly 5,000 acres through purchase of land and conservation easements. As we enter the next 20 years, dedicated volunteers will continue to form the backbone of our efforts. Whether serving as a Board Member, helping with community outreach or easement stewardship, or brainstorming on our fundraising committee, there are numerous ways to get involved. For more information, please contact Kristine Crandall, (435) 628-1120, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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VRLPA HIGHLIGHTED IN "Land Trusts and Water: Strategies and Resources for Addressing Water in Western Land Conservation" Report
As an example of partnerships at work to protect our water resources, you’ll find the Confluence Park project on pages 55-57.
July 23, 2014 -- In mid-July, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that would make permanent the enhanced tax incentive for conservation easement donations. This tax incentive is a vital tool for conservation-minded landowners. The measure now will go to the Senate.