Providing interpretation and education of South Park’s natural and cultural resources is a vital component to the long-term conservation and continued enjoyment of the region by residents and visitors alike. South Park National Heritage Area has developed and supported a number of educational programs and initiatives that engage the public with South Park’s heritage and educate the community about its significance. We provide assistance to our partners, such as the Coalition for the Upper South Platte and Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative, for educational programs like the Outdoor Adventure Series and High Creek Fen Site Stewards program. We also manage our own programs, like Community Work Days and Historic Preservation initiatives, in partnership with Park County. The Heritage Area is always looking for new programs and partnerships that adhere to its mission and goals, so feel free to contact us with any ideas you might have.
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