Matt Hiner

It wasn’t just the beautiful plants and flowers that caught Matt Hiner’s attention on a middle school field trip to the Denver Botanic Gardens. His gaze also was drawn to a water feature located in the Rock Alpine Garden, he said. “I will always remember walking back there and seeing the running water and thinking, […]

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