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Environmental Attorney Howard Kenison Working to Advance Rocky Mountain Greenway

08.23.12

On August 22, 2012 Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper issued a press release commending members of the newly-established Rocky Mountain Greenway Steering Committee for their early leadership in moving forward President Obama's America's Great Outdoors initiative in the Front Range and metropolitan Denver region. Howard Kenison was appointed to the steering committee, which met for the first time Wednesday to discuss opportunities to enhance trail networks, restore natural area, and promote public access to open spaces and recreation.

The vision for the Rocky Mountain Greenway project is to create uninterrupted trails and transportation linkages connecting the Denver metro area's trail systems, the three Denver-area units of the National Wildlife Refuge System, Rocky Mountain National Park, and the community trails systems in between.

Howard has long been involved in public greenway projects, including the conversion of a chemical weapons site into what is now known as the Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge.

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