Cathy Benson of Crested Butte Sotheby’s International Realty Attends Bill Signing for Legislation to Extend Outdoor Programs

Posted by Cassie Slentz — May 31, 2018

Crested Butte Sotheby’s International Realty LogoCRESTED BUTTE, CO – Board of Regents member Cathy Benson of Crested Butte Sotheby’s International Realty joined other local business owners and community members Governor John Hickenlooper signs bill SB 18-066at the I Bar Ranch in Gunnison to witness Governor John Hickenlooper sign bill SB 18-066, extending long term funding for outdoor programs such as Great Outdoors Colorado. Great Outdoors Colorado provides support to land conservation projects across the entire state, one of which is the Gunnison Ranchland Conservation Legacy.

Benson serves as a board member for the Gunnison Ranchland Conservation Legacy (GRCL). The GRCL works with established land trusts to assist ranching families protect their lands with conservation easements. Since its conception in 1996, the GRCL has helped families preserve more than 36,000 acres of ranchland. Hickenlooper with GRCLThis acreage will not only guarantee the future of agricultural endeavors in the Gunnison Valley but also help maintain wildlife habitat and ensure that beautiful open space will not be developed. For more information about the Gunnison Ranchland Conservation Legacy, visit GunnisonLegacy.org.

For additional information about Crested Butte Sotheby’s International Realty, visit CrestedButteSIR.com

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