Open houses give the public a chance to share ideas on protecting, preserving and enhancing the High Line Canal.
By Jay Adams
Here’s your chance to be a visionary, just like the Denver pioneers who dreamed of bringing water to the dry plains of Denver after the Gold Rush of 1859.
That earlier vision produced the High Line Canal, a 71-mile irrigation ditch built in 1883 that begins at the foot of the Rocky Mountains and ends on the plains northeast of Denver.
Today, the canal and its trails are one of Denver’s most cherished recreational assets, even as its use as a water delivery system has given way to new technologies and homes instead of farms.
The evolution of the canal is why Denver Water is teaming up with the High Line Canal Conservancy to develop a master plan.
You can share your ideas about the future of the…
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