Montezuma Land Conservancy awarded $1.8 million grant

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Montezuma Land Conservancy awarded $1.8 million grant

Funding will create, expand programs to encourage youth to spend time outdoors
Southwest Open School students Justin Massey, Roman Montoya, Mark Bennett, Ashley Lopez and Aarron Trudeau did a trench for irrigation pipe at Fozzie’s Farm last year.
The Montezuma Inspire Coalition features representatives from 18 local groups including the Montezuma School to Farm Project and Cortez Parks and Recreation Department.
Students plant potatoes in front of Dolores Elementary School as part of the School to Farm project. School to Farm will get additional support thanks to a grant from Great Outdoors Colorado, awarded this week to the Montezuma Land Conservancy.

Montezuma Land Conservancy awarded $1.8 million grant

Southwest Open School students Justin Massey, Roman Montoya, Mark Bennett, Ashley Lopez and Aarron Trudeau did a trench for irrigation pipe at Fozzie’s Farm last year.
The Montezuma Inspire Coalition features representatives from 18 local groups including the Montezuma School to Farm Project and Cortez Parks and Recreation Department.
Students plant potatoes in front of Dolores Elementary School as part of the School to Farm project. School to Farm will get additional support thanks to a grant from Great Outdoors Colorado, awarded this week to the Montezuma Land Conservancy.
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