Kate Kramer to leave the Executive Director of Sand Creek Regional Greenway after 13 years at the helm

April 12, 2017

In April 2017, Kate accepted the position of Manager of the GoWild Northeast Metro Coalition, which received a $2.7M, three-year grant from Great Outdoors Colorado. The coalition of twelve organization consists of one federal, one state, and three municipal governments, and seven nonprofits organization. The grant will be managed by the Sand Creek Regional Greenway Partnership, so Kate will be around to assist with the transition and to help out with volunteer events.

“I have been so lucky to work with great SCRGP board of directors members and city partners – plus all the volunteers and donors who love the Sand Creek Regional Greenway as much as I do.! We have raised over $15M to buy park land, build trails, and restore native habitat over the last 13 years. The Greenway needs investments of nearly $5M more to complete the vision of the SCRG Master Plan to become the Greenway we all want.”

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About the Greenway

The Sand Creek Regional Greenway is a jewel in the necklace of trails that has made Denver a national model for linked trail systems.

This 14-mile public greenway connects the High Line Canal in Aurora, Colorado with the South Platte River Greenway in Commerce City. Along the way, it passes through northeast Denver and the new Stapleton community.

The Sand Creek Regional Greenway is open every day from dawn until dusk. Runners, walkers, nature viewers, horseback riders, and leashed dogs are encouraged to enjoy the trail. We invite you to become acquainted with our wilderness in the city.


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