Where else the $13.5 million is going
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.