Due to budget problems at Stapleton Development Corporation (SDC), the parks consultant position will be terminated and the funds should be reallocated to cover the cost of SDC staff positions.
Described as “a sophisticated Easter egg hunt or hide-and-seek game,” geocaching has grown into a worldwide network, now including Bluff Lake Nature Center.
Here’s an update on parks north of I-70 (including a dog park) and good news about Westerly Creek North and Uplands—they will move forward this year.
Westerly Creek is beginning to resemble the vision of a continuous greenway from Lowry to Stapleton.
The endangered wildlife market takes a tragic toll on the world’s wildlife. Read and watch a video.
Denver Parks and Rec plans to revamp City Park into a regional attraction, which stirs excitement and fears among nearby residents. Read opinions and view the proposed plans for the new City Park Loop project.
He is wild about conservation and education. While growing up in Kentucky, he was always interested in wildlife. He spent almost all his time outdoors and at age 10, he knew he wanted to work for the Department of the Interior.
To honor Denver Mountain Parks, Stapleton resident Erika Walker wrote Denver Mountain Parks: 100 Years of the Magnificent Dream.