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Websites - General
Websites - General
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The GREENWAY FOUNDATION, and more....

Related Denver groups supporting their River Corridor Environments:

The Greenway Foundation
(303) 455-7109           (303) 455-7109     
5299 DTC Blvd Ste 710
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

SPREE (South Platte River Environmental Education)
(303) 743-9720             (303) 743-9720     
610 S Jason St

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"SMART + CONNECTED" COMMUNITIES INSTITTUTE - PLANNING LESSONS

SUSTAINABILITY was the focus of this Boulder conference.  Although you missed it, it is not too late the see the recorded sessions!  (and save yourself a lot of $$'s).  The big concluding lessons to come out of this are that "Smart Cities" are deliberate about their futures, and utilizing innovation pro-actively.  They recognize the changing reality of how the internet is empowering learning and development strategies that are efficient, less expensive, and more effective towards creating sustainable futures for our cities.

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Flood Emergency Notification System - City of Longmont

If you live along the St. Vrain corridor or any of its major tributaries, we suggest that you sign up for Longmont's  emergency notification system at the above link.

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EPA website on wetlands restoration

Wetland restoration is an essential tool in the campaign to protect, improve, and increase wetlands. Wetlands that have been filled and drained retain their characteristic soil and hydrology, allowing their natural functions to be reclaimed. Restoration is a complex process that requires planning, implementation, monitoring, and management. It involves renewing natural and historical wetlands

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Tennessee Riverpark Master Plan

History The most comprehensive and inclusive planning process ever undertaken in Chattanooga and Hamilton County was accomplished between 1982 and 2005.......... ....Following hundreds of public and private meetings involving thousands of citizens, the Tennessee Riverpark Master Plan was completed in March 1985 and later presented to an overflow crowd at the then new Chattanooga-Hamilton County Convention and Trade Center. The visionary plan advised that the Chattanooga riverfront was owned by everyone and should be developed "under a guiding idea which will bring its banks to life, make it a central point of pride for the City's people, and move it to the forefront of national consciousness".

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Breckenridge Riverwalk

River Restoration:
The Town has been working on Blue River restoration since the early 1990's. The Blue River was largely made up of dredge rock piles through Town until restoration began. Now the Town has restored the Blue River to a natural river environment which makes its way through the center of Town

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St. Vrain Creek "Corridor Commitee" promotes streamflow

"ST. VRAIN CORRIDOR COMMITEE" promotes upper St.Vrain streamflows.

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Economic Development Council of Colorado

The Economic Development Council of Colorado (EDCC) is a state-wide, nonprofit organization dedicated to successful, responsible economic development.  EDCC professionally represents the collective economic development interests of both the private and public sectors.  Our mission is to strategically retain, expand and attract primary employers.

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Denver's BluePrint Denver approach to River Corridor Planning

About River North

Notably the first area for which a plan was adopted pursuant to the City’s Blueprint Denver plan, the industrially-gritty River North neighborhood is supported by two defining physical attributes-the South Platte River greenway and the neighborhood’s main transportation arterial,

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Pueblo lauches $100 million River Corridor District push

The city of Pueblo, Colorado has launched an ambitious progrom to create an E District for economic improvent centered around their river corridor.  Much more ambitious than anything Longmont might want to do, but an example of how other cities are finding the value inherent in their river corridor areas.

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