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Solutions and stories that connect communities with the natural environment and working lands.

A Free River Camp Connects Cortez Youth to the Outdoors—and Builds Relationships

Taos’ Tree Board Returns Shade to a Downtown Park by Planting Native Trees

Wildlife Fencing Protects Crops in Cortez From Deer and Elk

A Vet-Led Program Helps Address Lander’s Feral Cat Problem

Lander veterinarian Lannie Hamilton knew spay and neuter programs could reduce feral cat populations by as much as 99 percent—she just needed a little LOR help to get started.

Technology Improves Access to Mountain Biking for Cortez Youth

Training the Next Generation of Farmers at Central Wyoming College

Responding to a statewide decline in the number of farms, CWC's farm incubator program equips young and developing farmers with the skills they’ll need to succeed.

A Cortez Resident Reduces Reliance on Plastic Bags by Providing Reusable Options

Firewood for Taos County Seniors

With winter on the horizon and a surplus of wood on hand, local organizations connect elderly Taos County residents with the firewood they need.

A Vet-Led Spay and Neuter Program Helps Address Lander’s Feral Cat Problem

Baling (and Building) in Taos

When the Town of Taos stopped recycling plastic, a group of locals created an innovative solution: turning waste into walls. With a little help from the LOR Foundation, they’re poised to make a dent in the overflowing plastic.

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If you have an idea for improving quality of life in Lander, Wyoming, Taos or Questa, New Mexico, or Cortez, Colorado, use this form to start a conversation with us.

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