Land trust preserves 30 Fruita acres

DAVID AND JULIE SWINGER stand on their land at 2050 M Road. The Mesa Land Trust has completed a conservation easement with the Swingers that will protect their 30-acre farm from development.



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DAVID AND JULIE SWINGER stand on their land at 2050 M Road. The Mesa Land Trust has completed a conservation easement with the Swingers that will protect their 30-acre farm from development.

Standing in the middle of a dirt road on his 30-acre property, David Swinger, wearing a cowboy hat and boots, can see the Colorado National Monument to the southwest and the Bookcliffs to the…




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