NWCCOG Foundation

Swan Mountain Recreation Path

Maggie OBrien ~ January 15, 2021 ~ Blog Love: 0

Summit County is home to an existing 55-mile countywide recreation path that is utilized by an estimated 500,000 people each year. This recreation path is a primary amenity supporting the county’s resort economy and the valued “quality of life” that attracts visitors and residents alike. The missing segment of this recreation path system is the

Gypsum Community Arts Center

Maggie OBrien ~ January 15, 2021 ~ Blog Love: 0

The NWCCOG Foundation, in partnership with the Town of Gypsum, and with the support of other local governments within Eagle County, Colorado, leveraged support for the construction of an outdoor theater in Gypsum, Colorado. The Community Arts Center is designed primarily as an outdoor theater. However, the design is such that the doors in front

Blue River Restoration Project

Maggie OBrien ~ January 15, 2021 ~ Blog Love: 0

The Blue River Restoration project was a collaborative effort involving representatives from the Town of Silverthorne, NWCCOG Foundation, Inc., Trout Unlimited, US Forest Service-White River National Forest, Colorado Division of Wildlife, Colorado Department of Transportation, Denver Water Board, and Summit County Government. Between November 1, 2002 and November 1, 2003 the working committee raised $99,898