Chancellor Ranch reveals the 50,000 acres of agricultural land with interesting historical features including abandoned old homesteads. It is named after Jim Chancellor, a rancher and farmer who owned and operated the land for decades before selling to the Colorado State Land Board because he trusted them to take care of it well.
Our goal was to highlight the massiveness of the area and showcase the people who have strong ties to the land as well as the dedication to preserving it for future generations.
“One of the reasons why we bought this land is to have something for the schoolchildren 100 years from now…”
– KIT PAGE
Client: Colorado State Land Board
Style: Cinematic, Informative