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Where Do You GOCO - July Closed Projects

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 -- GOCO

                                                                                                                                                                 Photo of E Lazy S Ranch from The Herald Times

2019 Grant Writing Workshop Schedule

Thursday, June 27, 2019 -- GOCO

GOCO is pleased to announce its summer schedule for grant writing workshops and to welcome our grantee partners, prospective applicants, and their partners from communities across Colorado to join in.

Our free workshops will cover grant application writing for GOCO’s Local Parks and Outdoor Recreation (LPOR) and mini LPOR grant programs. Workshops will also address additional funding opportunities through GOCO's School Yard Initiative (SYI)

In Ridgway: Meet Me at the River

Monday, June 24, 2019 -- GOCO

By Mark Obmascik

This article is part of our Impact Stories series, stories that celebrate the unique ways GOCO partners have enhanced and supported Colorado communities, our quality of life, and our state’s wildlife. Since 1992, GOCO funding has been invested in more than 5,200 conservation and recreation projects in all 64 counties – with benefits for all Coloradans.

The town of Ridgway always had a spectacular mountain backdrop, but the front yard needed work.

Where Do You GOCO - May Closed Projects

Tuesday, June 18, 2019 -- GOCO

                                                                                                                                           Photo of the Kokopelli Section of the Colorado Riverfront Trail

Where Do You GOCO - April Closed Projects

Tuesday, May 21, 2019 -- GOCO

                                                                                                                                                                            Photo of McKay Lake Park and Open Lands

Alamosa Riparian Park One Step Closer to Reality

Thursday, April 4, 2019 -- GOCO

Republished with permission of Western Rivers Conservancy

This article is part of our Impact Stories series, stories that celebrate the unique ways GOCO partners have enhanced and supported Colorado communities, our quality of life, and our state’s wildlife. Since 1992, GOCO funding has been invested in more than 5,200 conservation and recreation projects in all 64 counties – with benefits for all Coloradans.

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

Tuesday, March 19, 2019 -- GOCO

By Mark Obmascik

This article is part of our Impact Stories series, stories that celebrate the unique ways GOCO partners have enhanced and supported Colorado communities, our quality of life, and our state’s wildlife. Since 1992, GOCO funding has been invested in more than 5,200 conservation and recreation projects in all 64 counties – with benefits for all Coloradans.

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