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Whether you’re searching for GOCO news, want to learn about GOCO funds at work in communities statewide, or are looking for tips on upcoming funding and educational opportunities, you’ve come to the right place.

The 2017 Report is Here!

January
18
2018

GOCO's Fiscal Year 2017 annual report is hot off the presses, and we're so excited to share the projects accomplished by our grantees. Consider this your sneak peak - the map of funded projects from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017. 

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Where Do You GOCO - November 2017 Projects

January
18
2018

There’s a lot of fanfare around grant awards, but what happens after the ceremonial checks are presented and the reporters have published their articles? Our partners get down to business.

For 25 years, GOCO has improved Colorado’s great outdoors with the help of Colorado Lottery profits. We’ve put more than $1 billion in proceeds back into 5,000 projects to improve the lives of Coloradans across the state.

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Faces of GOCO: Meet Lauren Lecy

January
18
2018

Lauren joined the GOCO communications team at the beginning of 2018. Get to know Lauren in the latest edition of Faces of GOCO. 

What did you do before you came to GOCO?

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Proposed Policy Updates

January
17
2018

The Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) & Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) Investments in Colorado’s Great Outdoors performance audit conducted by the Office of the State Auditor (OSA) in 2017 contained six recommendations that the GOCO Board agreed to address by developing and adopting modifications to its policies and procedures. 

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Where Do You GOCO - October 2017 Projects

January
3
2018

There’s a lot of fanfare around grant awards, but what happens after the ceremonial checks are presented, the reporters have published their articles, and the interviews are over? Our grantees get down to business.

GOCO is funded completely by Colorado Lottery proceeds and has invested in more than 5,000 projects in all 64 counties to build parks and trails, protect wildlife, conserve land, and improve outdoor amenities like campgrounds and athletic fields.

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