High Line Canal Conservancy

Connecting Communities – Connecting Nature
from the foothills to the plains

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The Canal is an important part of Colorado history and a critical recreational resource for the state. Join us to protect and enhance this regional amenity – volunteer, donate, share your stories.

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At 71 miles long, the High Line Canal is one of the longest continuous urban trails in the country, twisting through the most populated area of Colorado while crossing a diverse mosaic of communities and nature. The Canal originates at Waterton Canyon in Douglas County and runs to Green Valley Ranch in Northeast Denver, falling within one mile of more than 350,000 residents.

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Stories + Updates

Conservancy opens search for finance manager

July 14th, 2017|

The High Line Canal Conservancy is seeking a part-time finance professional to oversee and manage the Conservancy’s fiscal duties including accounts payable, accounts receivable, budget development, regular reporting and grant tracking. For more information and [...]

Planning Manager Position

June 5th, 2017|

The Conservancy is actively searching for a Planning Manager to join our team and help lead the second phase of planning to create a framework plan. Position: Planning Manager Position Summary: This position provides a unique opportunity [...]

Request for Consultant Proposals: High Line Canal Framework Plan

June 1st, 2017|

We are currently accepting consultant applications in response to the Framework Plan Request for Proposals (RFP). To view the RFP, which includes application instructions, please click here. Questions + Answers (6/21) The revised RFP states that [...]

I am no longer surprised, no matter where I am, when conversation comes around to a common affection for the High Line Canal.
Robert Michael Pyle, Prologue To the Thunder Tree

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