GOCO’s origins are unique because our state is. And Coloradans value what we have. So much so that it’s hard to summarize the impacts of hundreds of partners on local communities in every corner of Colorado in a simple series of events plotted along a timeline. Between the gaps are thousands of wins for our great outdoors.
Gov. Roy Romer and Dept. of Natural Resources Executive Director Ken Salazar form a citizens committee, which consisted of conservation, business and political leaders from across Colorado, to answer this question: What should we do to sustain and enhance our outdoor resources—parks, trails, wildlife, and open space—for the future?