Celebration of the Pikes Peak Multi-Use Plan


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The Heritage Series celebrates and raises awareness of the natural assets of the Pikes Peak Region by hosting discussions, forums and other events to encourage collaboration among champions of our regional outdoor assets.

In 2020, the Heritage Series, in partnership with the Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance and the Trails and Open Space Coalition, hosted a virtual conversation to discuss the influence of the 1999 Pikes Peak Multi-Use Plan and the potential next steps in management and protection of the Pikes Peak region. The webinar featured an overview of the plan followed by a discussion among local experts in the arenas of recreation and conversation. 

Below is the full recording of the event.


Speakers

Introduction
 
 
Moderator
 
Becky Leinweber - Executive Director, Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance
 
Panelists
 
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
 

Related Resources 

Pikes Peak Multi-Use Plan Summary Infographic (This is a concise overview that is a good start if you are unfamiliar with the plan)

Pikes Peak Multi-Use Plan Overview (This is a longer overview if you would like to dive deeper into the components of the plan)

Pikes Peak Multi-Use Plan Full Document 

1984 US Forest Service Pike and San Isabel National Forests Plan 

Ring the Peak Project Plan