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Where Do You GOCO - March Projects

Monday, May 9, 2016 -- GOCO

This latest edition of Where Do You GOCO is running a little late - please excuse our tardiness! Nearly 30 projects closed in March, including trail work, park improvements, master plans, and wildlife habitat conservation.

Faces of GOCO: Meet Matt Brady

Monday, April 25, 2016 -- GOCO

Matt Brady joined GOCO in March as our new executive coordinator. His job basically consists of keeping us all in line and organized, but his main focus is serving our fantastic board and making sure they have everything they need to serve GOCO and our grantees. After all, our board is volunteering their time to lead our organization, and we are so appreciative of that commitment of service. Matt has already made a big impact in the last month and we're thrilled to have him! We'll let Matt take it from here.

Where Do You GOCO: February's Finished Projects

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 -- GOCO

GOCO made our February leap day really count, with seven exciting projects closing this month! We’re most excited about this batch of projects because they show off the wide variety of things GOCO funds. From planning grants and studies to discover why kids aren’t getting outside, to exercise parks and the state’s most infamous (and grueling) trail, we had it all in February!

Where Do You GOCO: January's Finished Projects

Thursday, February 4, 2016 -- GOCO

There’s a lot of fanfare around being awarded a grant, 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! Each month, we’re bringing you a round-up of recently finished GOCO projects.

Wildlife Photo Round-up

Monday, January 4, 2016 -- GOCO

Ask and you shall receive! We posted one of our favorite wildlife photos on our Facebook page and asked all of you to show us your best shots. We were so impressed with the response we just had to feature our favorite selections to show off our followers' work. Without further ado, the best of GOCO fan wildlife photos:

Photo by Patt Fincken Hostetler, taken in Castle Rock