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Wildflower tours for beginners

Learn more about the many blooming plants popping up in local natural areas. More

Plots Available at Local Community Garden

Community garden opens at Horizon Community Church in Highlands Ranch More

Home heating help available during colorado’s snowiest month

The Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) offers help to those who are having trouble affording their home heating bills. More

Entrepreneurial College Student Starts Local Painting Business Backed By National Company

Caren a college student and College Works Painting Intern is offering free estimates on house painting jobs call 720-298-6524 for more information. More

The Blue Chair is Back!

In December of 2016, Renew Upscale Resale and The Blue Chair merged their businesses to create a large repurposed home furnishings and local art market space, under one roof.  The Blue Chair had … More

A Local Startup Looking to Reinvent the Industry

Two local college students look to reinvent the painting industry with exceptional customer service. More

Low-Water Gardens, Xeriscape Series Launch March 6

Center for ReSource Conservation invites public to free seminars on how to replace thirsty lawns with water-saving gardens More

LEAP Offers Coloradans More Than Just Help with Home Heating Bills

LEAP is a program of the Colorado Department of Human Services that helps eligible Coloradans from November through April with cash assistance for their home heating bills. More

What's Old is ReNew, again!

The City of Englewood has called the 3400 block of Broadway a "Beautification Project" and here at ReNew Upscale Resale, we love being a part of a new "Broadway Boom" for the community.  We … More

Jeremy Schuster, Golden Native and CSU student, Runs Painting Business in Golden

Jeremy Schuster, a Golden-raised CSU student, will be operating a house painting business focused in the Golden/West Arvada area in the Spring and Summer. More

LEAP Helps Coloradans Stay Safe this Winter with Home Heating Tips

According to the American Red Cross, home heating is one of the leading causes of house fires in the U.S. Use these safety tips to stay safe this winter. More

Native Plants for Every Landscape Situation

This online class will be taught by Irene Shonle, Colorado State University native plant expert, on Thursday, March 16, noon to 1 p.m. Register at: https://npm2017webinarnpsituation.eventbrite.com. More

Windbreak / Seedling Tree Workshop January 24, 2017 7pm in Franktown

Windbreak and Seedling Tree Workshop on January 24, 2017 will teach landowners how to select tree and shrub species, design a windbreak, plant and care for their investment. More

Conservation Seedling Trees Available to Douglas County Landowners

Seedling trees available at a nominal cost to be planted for conservation. There is no acreage requirement. The trees should be planted for shelterbelts, wildlife habitat, windbreaks, erosion control etc. More

Another Scholarship for Douglas County Students

The results are in and your local Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Annual Achievement Award turned out to be a huge success! Students from all backgrounds and with all levels of skills and abilities had an opportunity to showcase their individual talents in an attempt to win over $25,000 in scholarship prizes. A fantastic effort was made by all applicants and 6 winners were ultimately chosen. Local student Chasmine Malabanan from Highlands Ranch HS in Highland Ranch CO, was selected as an Honorable Mention award winner. Chasmine will be presented with a cash prize of $500 to award her winning endeavor. Chasmine is the second student from Douglas County in as many years to receive the scholarship. Open to students with all levels of talents and abilities, the Club Z! Annual Achievement Award has something to offer for all students in grades 5 through 12. So whether your student is a steadfast scholar or has shown steady improvement, a helper in the classroom or a leader on the field, can write a thoughtful essay or even a math whiz, the Club Z! Annual Achievement Award has something for all! Cash scholarship awards totaling $25,000 will be presented to the winning applicants during a special presentation held at the school. Winning entries are judged based on performance, service, merit and achievement. Students were encouraged to apply for the spring award period before the November 11 th , 2017 deadline. Stay posted for more information about the next award period for the spring semester in April! Feel free to visit our website for a list of national and local winner More

Use These Tips From LEAP to Save on Your Home Heating Costs this Winter

This winter Colorado’s Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) wants to encourage all of the state’s residents to make small changes in energy-usage habits so they can save on their home heating costs. More

Low Cost Shade Trees for Sale

Shade Trees for Sale: $30-55.00 More

Holiday Hills Village Art & Craft Fair

15th Annual Holiday Hills Village Art & Craft Fair featuring hand-made art and crafts from local artisans. More

Paint Collection Event at ThunderRidge High School

Saturday, October 15th 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM 1991 W. Wildcat Reserve Pkwy. Highlands Ranch, CO 80129 WE ACCEPT: latex/water based interior and exterior paint latex/water based interior … More

Wildflower Photography Class by John Fielder and the Colorado Native Plant Society

Learn how to photograph wildflowers from Colorado photographer John Fielder in Steamboat Springs July 9 and 10. More