As a member of the conservation team, the San Luis Valley Conservation Project Manager is based in COL’s Alamosa office and reports to the Director of Conservation. Primary responsibilities include maintaining strong community relations, drafting conservation easements, performing project due diligence, complying with record-keeping standards, budgeting and grant management. A core component of this position will be working with the Rio Grande Water Conservation District to support aquifer sustainability.  This work is the first of its kind and is supported through a federal Regional Conservation Partnership Program award, together with funding through the Colorado Water Plan. The work of this position is focused on the development of groundwater-focused easements and other community

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