Colorado State Land Board
Headquarters Location

1127 Sherman St, Ste 300
Denver, CO 80203
United States

Roles
Anything
Focus Area
Agriculture
Energy
Land Management
Work Type
Other
Ages Served
11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, Post-High School

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The Colorado State Board of Land Commissioners (the State Land Board) is a constitutionally created agency that manages a $4 billion endowment of assets for the intergenerational benefit of Colorado’s K-12 schoolchildren and public institutions. We are the second-largest landowner in Colorado and we are proud to generate revenue on behalf of beneficiaries by leasing nearly three million surface acres and four million mineral acres for agriculture, grazing, recreation, commercial real estate, rights-of-way, renewable energy, oil, gas, and mining. Trust land is not typically publicly accessible, but it is available for K-12 educational activities, such as field trips. Contact us for more information!