Where else the $13.5 mil­lion is go­ing

The Denver Post - - NEWS -

B The San Luis Val­ley gets $1 mil­lion for the An­tonito Out­door Ed­u­ca­tion Cen­ter, new trails along Wil­low Creek Cor­ri­dor and sup­port for the Saguache Back­yard to Back­coun­try Pro­gram. B La­mar gets $1.3 mil­lion. The In­spire La­mar group will fo­cus on con­nect­ing lo­cal kids with na­ture by in­vest­ing in the city’s North Gate­way Park and Wil­low Creek Park, both along the La­mar Loop Trail. B Na­ture Kids/Jovenes de la Nat­u­raleza Lafayette gets about $2.8 mil­lion. The grant will fo­cus on link­ing pub­lic schools that serve some of the low­est in­come fam­i­lies in Boul­der County with hike and bike trails, parks and out­door pro­gram­ming geared to­ward the re­gion’s Latino pop­u­la­tion. A lit­tle more than $1.2 mil­lion will build a new park at Sanchez El­e­men­tary and a trail con­nect­ing the park to nearby neigh­bor­hoods. B Metro Den­ver com­mu­ni­ties will share $5.4 mil­lion B The Go Wild North­east Metro group gets $2.7 mil­lion to help open ac­cess to the Rocky Moun­tain Arse­nal Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, de­velop op­por­tu­ni­ties at Barr Lake State Park and build out­door recre­ation pro­gram­ming through the Bluff Lake Na­ture Cen­ter and En­vi­ron­men­tal Learn­ing for Kids. The My Out­door Colorado coali­tion in West­wood will get $2.7 mil­lion to re­vamp parks and cre­ate more op­por­tu­ni­ties in Genesee Moun­tain Parks.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.