Community members, key partners and stakeholders also attended in support of the project, an 850-acre master-planned community connected with a continuous system of linear parkways, open spaces and parks – including the 1881 Farm Park on the site of the historic Windler family farm where we are forefronting regenerative agriculture practices, community supported agriculture, public education, and preservation of the site’s history.

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“Mixed-use community in Aurora to stress sustainability, natural surroundings Windler project to be built on former homestead, will pay homage to agricultural roots. A mixed-use community planned for northeast Aurora will be built on a former homestead on the high prairie. The Windler development will include 16 neighborhoods, a park with orchards and a farm-to-table restaurant and about 150 acres of open spaces.” Read the rest of the Denver Post article here.