MALT Announces the Conservation of 57 Acres in Jefferson County

Photos of grassy meadow and forest in summer

MALT Announces the Conservation of 57 Acres in Jefferson County

Our latest Conservation Easement is another outstanding property. Less than a half-mile from Conifer and Hwy 285, the Roller-Roller Conservation Easement consists of 57 acres off Pleasant Park Road and is adjoined on its southern boundary by the James Q. Newton Park. The Property’s current and proposed use is for the outdoor recreation by, and the education of, the general public. Access will be provided to the public through scheduled outdoor and conservation classes offered by government entities, conservation organizations and nonprofit entities. This Conservation Easement preserves an outstanding meadow, rocky outcroppings and several other natural plant communities which provide habitat for big-game species including elk, mule deer, black bear, turkey, and mountain lion.