High Line Canal: Past, Present and Future

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Date and Time: 
Monday, September 16, 2019 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Speaker: 
Suzanna Fry Jones & Holly Geist

 

A presentation on the past, present and future of the High Line Canal.

 

 

High Line Canal


Highlands Ranch Historical Society hosts Suzanna Fry Jones and Holly Geist 

presenting High Line Canal: Past, Present and Future! 

Join us for a presentation on the past, present and future of the High Line Canal.  Holly, of Denver Water, will highlight the Canal’s important role in history and the story of water in the West.

Suzanna, of The High Line Canal Conservancy, will preview the results of the recently completed visionary and collaborative plan. The Conservancy, along with its partners Denver Water and the 11 communities adjacent to the Canal, has completed this three-year comprehensive planning effort. It lays out clear guidance for re-purposing the historic Canal, improving the health of people and the environment, and increasing accessibility and enjoyment for generations to come.  

As the future for the historic Canal continues to evolve, the nonprofit High Line Canal Conservancy has been proactively planning for protections and enhancements of the corridor. 

Also, hear about the exciting programs the Conservancy has for 2019.


About Suzanna Fry Jones & Holly Geist

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suzanna Fry Jones is the Director of Marketing and Community Outreach for the High Line Canal Conservancy. She has a love for community and beautiful places, and a passion for the cultivation of both, which guides her work for the preservation and enhancement of the High Line Canal.


 

Holly Geist of Denver Water is a Certified Archivist who has worked in the Records & Document Administration department at Denver Water for 14 years.  She spends much of her time acting as de facto historian for the High Line Canal Conservancy organization.

Location

Southridge Recreation Center
Upstairs Auditorium
4800 McArthur Ranch Road
Highlands Ranch 80130