Preserving the land heritage of Cherry Hills Village

Members of the Cherry Hills Village Land Preserve include Stephanie Bluher, President, Phillip Seawalt, Karen Barsch, Janney Carpenter, Harriet LaMair, Klasina VanderWerf and John Karns. Not pictured, Geoff Landry.  Photo by Jan Wondra

Members of the Cherry Hills Village Land Preserve include Stephanie Bluher, President, Phillip Seawalt, Karen Barsch, Janney Carpenter, Harriet LaMair, Klasina VanderWerf and John Karns. Not pictured, Geoff Landry.
Photo by Jan Wondra

By Jan Wondra

There is a concerted effort underway to protect the rural nature of the verdant, rolling landscape of Cherry Hills Village. While many cities rely upon parks, trails and recreation committees to direct landscape preservation, Cherry Hills Village has taken a different approach. The recent formation of the Quincy Farm Visioning Committee is the latest step protecting the area’s rural character. It will work in concert with the existing Cherry Hills Land Preserve and the Parks, Trails and Recreation Committee. Its goal: a vision for

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