Emeritus Board Member
Gil Ordway’s participation in the work of the Land Trust has been valued for many years. He first joined the Land Trust Board in 1982, two years after the Land Trust was founded, and has served as a Board or advisory council member every year since that time. After graduating from the University of Colorado Law School, Gil moved to the valley in 1953; he and his wife, Marge, own the spectacular Fish Creek Ranch, most of which was protected in 1975 by one of the first conservation easements in Wyoming. The Ordways’ dedication to land preservation has been an inspiration to all associated with the Land Trust.