Nonprofit Roundup: February 2018

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The Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art is counting down to their Grand Opening on March 10. Four years after announcing the relocation of this Denver museum of rare decorative objects - including furniture, tableware, lamps, and hundreds of paintings by abstract expressionist Vance Kirkland - the big day is almost here. With this move to a new building in Denver's Golden Triangle district (a challenging task that involved transporting Kirkland's historic art studio ten blocks through busy Denver streets), the new Kirkland Museum will have space to display more than 6000 pieces of decorative art.

Great news from The WILD Foundation - in 2017, not one elephant in Mali was killed by poachers! The WILD Foundation has supported responsible management of Mali elephant habitat through the Mali Elephant Project for almost a decade, but poaching became a severe problem in 2012, when political instability decreased security on the elephant ranges. In 2015, the Mali elephant herd lost 25% of its population to poachers - a tragedy that spurred the formation of Mali's first anti-poaching unit (APU). Since the establishment of the APU in January 2017, the WILD Foundation and its partners have not had a single reported case of elephant poaching in Mali.

Palmer Land Trust is hiring! This Colorado Springs land conservation organization is seeking a Land Stewardship Director. The Director will partner with private landowners, public agencies, and the public to advance land conservation goals. With over 120 conservation easements on 106,000 acres of conserved land, the Palmer Land Trust is one of the leading conservation organizations in Colorado.