Land Rights Council, Inc.

All the inhabitants will have enjoyment of pastures, water, firewood, and timber, always taking care not to injure another.

Carlos Beaubien-May 11,1863

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The San Luis Valley & Southern CO Low Income Tax Clinic and the Land Rights Council Inc. office is located in the Town of San Luis, Colorado. San Luis is the oldest Town in Colorado established in 1851. The town is located 69 miles Southwest of Walsenburg, CO and 60 North of Taos, New Mexico. San Luis is located at the Southern most point of the San Luis Valley.  The Town is located 16 miles south of Ft. Garland, CO on Colorado Hwy 159.  It is also at the intersection of Colorado Hwy 159 and Colorado Hwy 142.

The Tax clinic and Land Rights Council office is located at 401 Church Pl,  San Luis, CO 81152. We are on the second floor atop the Community Bank of Colorado. We are at the west end of the San Luis Cultural Museum. We are due east of the Central Oil Co. Phillips 66 gas station and convenience store.

The Land Rights Council

P.O. Box 57

401 Church Pl

San Luis, CO 81152-0057

 

Phone: 719-672-1019

Fax: 719-672-1049

E-mail:  thelandrights@centurytel.net

 

                          To contact us:

San Luis Valley & Southern Colorado Low Income Tax Clinic.

401 Church Pl.

P.O. Box 57

San Luis, CO 81152-0057

 

Phone: 719-672-1002

Toll Free: 1-866-607-8462

Fax: 719-672-1049

E-mail: slvlitc@centurytel.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

San Luis Valley & Southern CO Low Income Tax Clinic

Land Rights Council Inc.

San Luis Valley & Southern CO Low Income Tax Clinic

Land Rights Council Inc.

Picture of Office above community bank west end of San Luis Museum.

The Town of San Luis, Colorado is at the intersection of Colorado hwy 159 and Colorado Hwy 142.  West of Chama and East of  San Acacio, South of  Fort Garland and North of Costilla, New Mexico.

Shirley Romero-Otero (President LRC ) addressing the people who attended the community meeting on Jan. 26, 2008. The meeting provided information about the progress that the Land Rights Council has accomplished in the past year. The group was given a presentation by the Forest Guild, along with maps, stressing the goal to help in the preparation of a land management plan to allow for the selective fuel wood collection and greenwood timbering of La Sierra. The Forest Guild took input from local access holders in attendance about the condition of the roads etc.

Michael DeBonis giving presentation with maps at Jan 26, 2008 Community Forum held in San Luis, CO.

Michael DeBonis and Henry Carey from the Forest Guild addressing the attendees with maps of La Sierra  at the Jan 26, 2008  Community forum.  The topics they focused on included watersheds, road and gate access, and tree species as part of the Forest Management Plan.

Michael DeBonis pointing to a location on the map of La Sierra

Henry Carey addressing group at the community forum on Jan 26, 2008.

Picture of La Sierra taken during the winter of Jan 2008.

Picture of Bald Eagle Common in the area.

Picture of San Luis, CO with letters on the mesa indicating it as the oldest town in Colorado.

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