Grand Junction is in the heart of the most scenic areas of the United States. The towering peaks and alpine valleys of the Colorado Rockies are to the east of Grand Junction, and the deep canyons of the Colorado Plateau to the north, south and west.
The Grand Valley itself is a fertile agricultural land fed by the waters of the Colorado River.
Unfortunately, the very abundance of the land is now one of its worst enemies as pressures mount to develop more and develop it faster. Below, you will find both links to sites about the land and those helping to preserve it.
Grand Valley Audubon Society (www.audubongv.org) - review Grand Valley Audubon Society is an active environmental organization committed to education, political action, scientific research, and habitat preservation.
Land Trust Alliance (www.landtrustalliance.org) The Land Trust Alliance promotes voluntary private land conservation to benefit communities and natural systems. We are the national convener, strategist and representative of more than 1,700 land trusts across America. The Western Policy Division is loc