january-february 2016


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cline ranch historic preservation master plan

Bluegreen joins alm2s and Tatanka Historical Associates to collaborate with the Park County Department of Heritage, Tourism & Community Development, and the Coalition for the Upper South Platte (CUSP), to create a Master Plan for the historic Cline Ranch.  Park County acquired the Cline Ranch in 2010 in partnership with Colorado Parks & Wildlife, and the vast majority of the property—approximately 1,625 acres—is now the Cline Ranch State Wildlife Area.  The remaining 10 acres, including the ranch headquarters, will be designed as an environmental education center, including offices, meeting spaces and outdoor program and interpretive areas.


ACES' for the Forest

Bluegreen is proud to support the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies’ For the Forest program as an important thank you to our clients, collaborators, and cohorts.  The program produces groundbreaking scientific research on forest issues and actively works to create resilient, thriving forests.

Click here to learn more about For the Forest

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Brett Krudener

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Brett holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and a minor in Horticulture from the University of Georgia. With an extensive background in residential and resort design, Brett looks forward to expanding his skillset with new perspectives the Rocky Mountains have to offer. He enjoys various outdoor activities with his wife, Brooke, and dog, Piper.


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