2021 Forever Colorado BBQ supporting Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust
2021 Forever Colorado BBQ

About 2021 Forever Colorado BBQ

You Are Cordially Invited to the

Forever Colorado bbq

Benefiting the Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust & the conservation of working lands

Saturday, August 14th, 2021
4:30pM - 9:30pm

Cocktails, Dinner, Dancing, and Silent Auction


If you are unable to attend, you can still support this work by participating in the virtual silent auction or making a donation to help us continue to Conserve Colorado, one acre at a time. To browse the items available for bidding visit the Silent Auction.

To support Forever Colorado financially, visit www.forevercolorado.org.

For additional event information please contact Morgan at morgan@ccalt.org or 720.557.8273


Starts at:  August 14, 2021 1:00 AM
Ends at:  August 15, 2021 12:00 AM




Thursday, August 6th, 2020 | 6pm | Zoom Video 

The Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust (CCALT) is taking our annual summer BBQ online - and you're invited! Join us for a celebration benefiting the conservation of working lands.



CCALT is working hard to conserve Colorado. Here's how you can help us before or during the event: 

Support the Silent Auction

Our virtual BBQ will be accompanied by a silent auction. The auction will be open from July 30th and will remain open until one hour after the live event on August 6th. Proceeds will benefit the conservation of Colorado's open space, farm, and ranchland.

Save an Acre

You can help make our online celebration a major success, even if you are unable to log-in that day. Your financial support helps us continue to conserve Colorado, one acre at a time. We hope you'll consider making a donation!

For more information, contact Amber amber@ccalt.org or 303.225.88677.

Colorado’s population is expected to grow by approximately 33% over the next 20 years, placing strain on vital natural resources and putting thousands of acres at risk of conversion. Combined with the current real estate environment, the risk of losing agricultural operations and associated jobs, western heritage, and open space is greater than ever before. 
Collectively, we must work to maintain our sense of place through thoughtful and sustainable growth that fosters resilient and supportive communities. The Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust partners with landowners to protect key agricultural lands and open space that contribute to the defining character, natural beauty, and economic stability of our state. 
Over the past 25 years your support has allowed CCALT to complete over 400 conservation projects on more than 684,000 acres across the state – thank you!

Thank you to our Sponsors