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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.

Where Do You GOCO - March Closed Projects

April
17
2019

Photo of Columbine Middle School Yard 

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Alamosa Riparian Park One Step Closer to Reality

April
4
2019

Photo by Christi Bode

Republished with permission of Western Rivers Conservancy

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Where Do You GOCO - February Closed Projects

March
20
2019

Forest Green at Pike Park (Photo Credit: The Academy of Advanced and Creative Learning)

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The Spirit of Durango: One Town's Conservation & Recreation Values

March
19
2019

By Mark Obmascik

With red mountains, a blue river, and a lush green valley floor, Durango has always brimmed with local color. What the city wanted was something special to tie it all together. With a lot of sweat and volunteer hours—and some key help from Great Outdoors Colorado—Durango residents set out to create one of the West’s premier networks of public trails, ballfields, and open space.

They succeeded spectacularly. And in the process, they ended up making something even better than intended. They also built community spirit.

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Raising Generation Wild: A Guest Blog

February
19
2019

Brooke Merkle of Denver, Colo. is an active member of GOCO’s Raising Generation Wild Facebook group. Her son just completed Generation Wild’s List of 100 Things to Do Before You’re 12, and we couldn’t be prouder. If you’re a parent, grandparent, teacher, or caregiver of a kiddo, join the group for ongoing tips and inspiration for getting outside.

By Brooke Merkle

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