Santa Fe Conservation Trust

The Santa Fe Conservation Trust is dedicated to preserving the spirit of place among the communities of northern New Mexico by protecting open spaces and critical wildlife habitat, by creating trails, and by protecting the traditional landscapes of our diverse cultures.
This mission aims to protect and enhance key natural areas, ranch and agricultural lands, river and stream corridors, trails, and the natural open lands that define and sustain our rich and memorable landscape.
We accomplish our mission by working with people in culturally diverse communities in ways that enhance community values, create meaningful connections between people and the land, preserve heritage and encourage collaborative action.
Westerners are shaped by the land, held by its distances, fed by its grasses and grains, protected by its ridges and ranges. We obtain water in the arroyos, shelter beneath cottonwoods and pinons, and derive our cultures from the trails that have linked us to the Aztecs, Chaco, Mexico, and Missouri. This is our past and we hold it in trust for our future.
The Santa Fe Conservation Trust (The Trust) was founded in 1993 and received its 501(c) (3) status in December of 1993. The 501(c) (3) designation is a Federal IRS designation which means that people may donate to The Conservation Trust and receive a tax deduction.

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Contact Santa Fe Conservation Trust

1660 Old Pecos Trail, Suite B
PO Box 23985
Santa Fe, New Mexico  87502
Phone: (505) 989-7019
Fax: (505) 988-1455


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Bernalillo County, New Mexico
  • Colfax County, New Mexico
  • Harding County, New Mexico
  • McKinley County, New Mexico
  • Mora County, New Mexico
  • Quay County, New Mexico
  • Rio Arriba County, New Mexico
  • San Juan County, New Mexico
  • San Miguel County, New Mexico
  • Sandoval County, New Mexico
  • Santa Fe County, New Mexico
  • Taos County, New Mexico
  • Union County, New Mexico

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