Mountain Area Land Trust (MALT) is a nationally accredited regional land trust and 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been conserving and protecting Colorado’s mountain communities since 1992.
MALT works with individuals as well as private and public partners to conserve Colorado’s water, wildlife and way of life. With dramatic increases in population along the Front Range, MALT’s work to protect natural areas, wildlife habitat, alpine meadows and pristine streams and rivers as a legacy for the future is more important than ever.
MALT has conserved a total of 23,482 acres in our six county service area. 17,310 acres in 86 private voluntary conservation agreements, 207 acres owned by MALT, and an additional 5,965 acres protected through facilitated public projects including Noble Meadow, Floyd Hill Open Space, Blair Ranch, Beaver Brook Watershed and Bergen Nature Trail.