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Topic - Karmen Dopslaff
The 950-acre property that singer-songwriter John Denver bought in the late 1970s as headquarters for his Windstar Foundation is being sold, a move seen by some environmentalists as the unofficial end to the singer's vision to protect some of the land west of Aspen from being overrun by developers.
"Windstar kind of fizzled after John died," said Karmen Dopslaff, a member of the Windstar Land Conservancy's board of directors and former board president of the Windstar Foundation.
Ms. Dopslaff said the goal now is to build the John Denver Aspenglow Fund into a separate endowment that will help charitable causes for years to come.