Staff at Urban Land Conservancy breaking ground on an affordable housing development near Denver's RiNo district
Residents and staff at Walnut Flats, 66-unit affordable apartment community through Medici and ULC partnership in Denver's RiNo District
Staff members of Vuela for Health, a mission-minded organizations at Urban Land Conservancy's Tramway Nonprofit Center
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Partner Spotlight of the Month: Blue Star Recyclers

Fourteen years ago, Bill Morris walked into an adult day program and watched four men expertly take apart electronics. He noticed how focused, interested, and downright skilled they were at the task. They also all happened to be on the autism spectrum. Morris knew these men had marketable skills and wondered if he would be able to find them some longer-term employment.

A Perspective on Sustainability by Grant Swanson

To use the technical term, the crawlspaces were disgusting. The year was 2010, and my company, GB3 Energy Solutions, had been hired to weatherize the crawlspaces at ULC’s Dahlia Street Apartments.

Re:Vision and Urban Land Conservancy Partner to Make RISE Westwood A Site for Optimum Community Benefit

Denver – Denver-area nonprofit, Re:Vision, helps cultivate thriving, resilient communities by developing local leaders, growing community food systems, and building a locally-owned economy.