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Topic - Windstar Foundation
The Windstar Foundation is an environmental education and humanitarian organization founded by John Denver and Thomas Crum in 1976 to conserve of land in Snowmass, Colorado, where it has its headquarters. - Source: Wikipedia
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.
Not everyone is "Rocky Mountain high" on the movement to name a Colorado mountain peak after the late singer John Denver.