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The Colorado State Land Board owns, stewards, and leases four million acres of trust land in order to earn money for Colorado public schools. We've earned $1.4 billion for school kids in the past decade.
Responsible stewardship matters to us because trust lands need to generate revenue not only for today's students, but also for future generations of schoolchildren.
Read our stewardship report.
We use a suite of tools to enhance short and long-term stewardship outcomes on state trust lands:
We are guided by our Constitutional mission and four bold goals laid out in our 2026 Strategic Plan.
One of these goals is about real property stewardship: to protect and enhance the long-term economic value of the trust’s physical assets: land, water, commercial real estate, and mineral estate.
Read the full plan.
We know that the term stewardship can mean a number of things to different people.
Our agency defines stewardship as "an ethic that embodies the responsible planning and management of resources." Read our strategic plan for other helpful operating definitions.