Pikes Peak Heritage Series

2020 Events

Celebration of the Pikes Peak Multi-Use Plan 

The Pikes Peak Multi-Use Plan was written for Colorado Springs Utilities, the U.S. Forest Service and the Pikes Peak Ranger District. Using extensive community and stakeholder involvement, this landscape level, comprehensive plan for Pikes Peak has provided two decades of guidance and inspiration that remains an important part of the region’s conservation heritage. This webinar will quickly present an overview of the plan’s goals and guidance followed by a panel of experts assessing key sectors of the plan’s legacy, current value and status as a guide for future regional conservation of our outdoor resources.

This event is a collaboration between the Pikes Peak Heritage Series, Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance and Trails and Open Space Coalition.

The Panel

Moderator: Becky Leinweber – Executive Director, Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance

Participants:

Susan Davies – Executive Director, Trails and Open Space Coalition

Jeff Hovermale – Lands, Special Uses and Minerals Staff Officer, U.S. Forest Service

Dave Leinweber – General Manager, Angler’s Covey Inc. and Founder & Chair, Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance

Oscar Martinez – District Ranger, U.S. Forest Service

Mark Shea – Watershed Planning Supervisor, Colorado Springs Utilities

Event Details

Date: Thursday, October 22, 2020

Time: 10:00am to 12:00pm

Location: Zoom

Check this page soon for a link to register


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About Heritage Series

El Pomar Foundation launched the Pikes Peak Heritage Series in 2015 to celebrate and raise awareness of the natural assets of the Pikes Peak Region.

Heritage Series hosts a variety of events to encourage collaboration between champions of our regional outdoor recreation assets. Follow up on each topic may include continuing dialogue, publishing and sharing resources, and periodic reconvening of key stakeholders.

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