Aaron Toro

Aaron Toro smiles with a flower he found along a scenic route in Hayden Meadows. 

Local nonprofits Get Outdoors Leadville! (GOL!) and the Cloud City Conservation Center (C4) received grants from Colorado Parks and Wildlife recognizing their efforts to create outdoor equity.

GOL! is using $70,750 to fund its new program Afuera Sin Barreras, which translates to Outdoors without Barriers. Afuera Sin Barreras aims to bring outdoor recreation opportunities to historically marginalized groups in the community who may encounter financial, language and transportation barriers. 

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