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Board of Directors

John Davenport | Director

John has been involved in off-roading for some 44 yrs. He has enjoyed climbing Colorado’s fourteeners, hunting, fishing, camping, horseback riding, and hiking trails in beautiful Colorado and trails all over the western states since moving to Colorado in 1974.

John enjoys all aspects of preserving and maintaining our great lands. He helped build the Colorado Trail with Mile High Council of the Boy Scouts of America as a leader. He has spent 100’s of hours opening, maintaining, and preserving off road trails for 4x4s and other groups. He has been a very active member of MHJC for about 24 yrs. He has adopt-a-trails and worked on numerous projects, grant and trail maintenance during this time. He has served on the Board of Directors for most of his 24 years in MHJC. He is also a Master Trainer for Tread Lightly, a member of Blue Ribbon Coalition and Stay the Trail.

Keith Douglas | Director

Keith has been an off-road enthusiast since the 60s. He has trail ridden and competed with motorcycles and 4x4s and continues his off-road fun today with a Jeep and a UTV side x side.

Keith is now retired but worked as an engineer and project manager for two large international corporations during his 40-year career in Kentucky, Colorado, New York, Connecticut, North Carolina, and now back in Colorado. In retirement Keith stays busy with family, friends, and tinkering in his shop. COHVCO is his most current volunteer organization. During the 70s when he first moved to Colorado, many enjoyable days were spent trail riding and exploring in the mountains. Upon returning to the state in 2013, he was surprised and saddened to find many of the trails and roads he formerly enjoyed were now closed. He wants to prevent additional closures so future generations can enjoy the outdoors as he did, not only in Colorado but in neighboring states as well. He views COHVCO as a way to “pay it forward” to future generations and keep trails and lands open.

James Vaz | Director

Josh Wilson | Director

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