Questa seeks ideas for building recreation businesses

A group of citizens from Questa and Red River are working on a plan for trails to connect the towns and popular places such as Fawn Lakes. Courtesy photo

Questa is asking the public to help inform decisions about recreation in the area. The Questa Economic Development Fund and Public Land Solutions – a nonprofit – are teaming up to get public input. The public’s ideas “are requested to help evaluate current and potential outdoor activities, gauge and improve access, and expand recreational opportunities,” according to a press release.

The two organizations will assemble ideas during a Zoom meeting on Wednesday (Nov. 18) at 5 p.m. The end goal is to help “grow local business and area commerce in the Questa area.”

Join the Questa Recreation Assessment Zoom Meeting on Nov. 18, at noon or 5 p.m. RSVP by email to receive your Zoom Link: krystyna@publiclandsolutions.org, include your meeting time, noon or 5pm, name, phone number, brief list of your recreational activities. For more information contact Krystyna Dillard-Crawford, Public Land Solutions, 970-361-4410 or www.publiclandsolutions.org.

– Compiled by Will Hooper

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