Join TEDxMileHigh Speaker, Sarah Konradi to create an amazing nature-based playground for underserved kids in the Denver Metro area while exploring big ideas of how to design spaces that invite children to connect with the natural world.

The group will tackle several on-site projects that will benefit kiddos who use the play space on a daily basis. Participants will take home tips, ideas, and inspiration for creating their own backyard nature play zone.

This is a family-friendly Adventure and we invite you to bring your kids to help build a playground. Please come dressed to work outside and get your hands dirty!



General Admission

Tickets to this event are free. Space is limited.



Sat. August 4, 2018
9:00am – 12:00pm

Schedule to be determined. Stay tuned.



Reach out to our Design & Adventures Director, Cate Croft at [email protected]


Sarah Konradi is the Early Childhood Health Outdoors Program Director and a landscape architect working at the intersection of design, health, and conservation. She is experienced in working with communities to create engaging and dynamic “outside of the box” play areas where young children can connect with the natural world. Sarah and her team work collaboratively with communities and educators across Colorado to re-envision playgrounds.

ECHO (Early Childhood Health Outdoors), is a program of the National Wildlife Federation that aims to create innovative, low-cost outdoor play spaces for young children and families across Colorado.

The National Wildlife Federation is one of America’s largest and most influential non-profit wildlife conservation, education, and advocacy organizations. Our mission is to unite all Americans to ensure wildlife thrive in a rapidly changing world.

To learn more about Sarah, ECHO or the National Wildlife Federation, visit: