The primary purposes of High Plains Land Conservancy is to carry on educational and charitable activities to identify, preserve, protect, and enhance the bird, bee and butterfly habitat in northeastern Colorado and elsewhere which has significant scenic, wildlife, and agricultural value, in order to maintain bird, bee and butterfly habitat, encourage wildlife and conservation for the general public.
Receive land gifts and manage various land parcels for conservation purposes including the enhancement of waste farm real estate to be used as food plots and tree planting programs in accord with the United States Department of Agriculture conservation reserve program to enhance the real estate for habitat purposes for the benefit of the bird bee and butterfly populations in northeastern Colorado to further prevent their depletion.
Honey bees are disappearing at an alarming rate. Last year was the worst case in recorded history for beekeepers who lost 44% of their colonies. What is even more alarming is some winter losses are normal but now we are losing colonies in summer which has never happened before and is cause for serious concern….
HABITAT RESTORATION : We focus primarily on the front unused grass strip in front of residential areas along the side walk and road and can transform the unproductive grass into pesticide free honeybee and pollinator friendly habitat. We can plant a variety of different plants depending on what the resident…
Bees are nature’s tiny workers. These talks examine why they’re crucial to the earth and worth saving.
Birds are warm-blooded vertebrates (vertebrates have backbones) and are the only animals with feathers. Although all birds have wings, a few species can’t fly.
Butterflies are insects in the Macrolepidoptera
As our history has shown us, exploitation of our country’s Great Plains can lead to disastrous events. Aggressive farming causes rich soil to lose all nutrients and eliminates all natural grass and trees, removing the roots which anchor the soil. A dry season, paired with soil without roots and high winds lead to the Dust Bowl of the Great Depression. As a response, the federal government has created agencies throughout history to rehabilitate the land, in order to ensure the future of agriculture on the Great Plains. Currently, the loss of habitat of native animals and insects is contributing to soil destruction and a decrease in crop production.
With your assistance, we can help give them an environment they can prosper in. every dollar donated goes towards the essential tools, materials, and costs that this requires.
Help protecting honey bees and the mother nature
We work to conserve one of the most important and impactful places on the planet — your community! This is a place where you live, work, relax and educate your children. This is where thinking globally and acting locally actually takes place. And your community is a place that has the power to significantly shape and change lives. Support our program by making a gift at High Plains Land Conservancy (HPLC) organization.
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Together, we can conserve unique species, safeguard green spaces and habitats, provide innovative solutions that create wildlife corridors, and stand up for nature. We need your help to give a voice to nature and help us monitor Pollinators and their habitat. Learn more about our Save Pollinators Program and volunteer opportunities at High Plains Land Conservancy (HPLC) Bird Foundation.
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