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Established 2020

The Green House Connection Center serves as a place for commUnity connection, expression, healing, engagement, and empowerment. Partnering with local community organizations: Cultivando, Black Parents United Foundation, the GES Coalition, Womxn from the Mountain, and others — the Connection Center provides a safe space for active commUnity learning, art, reflection, love, growth, respect, solidarity, movement, activism, engagement, and advocacy. A place for connections between commUnity members and the array of: community leaders, governmental and non-governmental support/enrichment programs, regulatory officials, change makers, and elected representatives. 


To advance the cause of environmental justice and to accelerate commUnity-driven and -informed efforts of restorative, sustainable development for North Metro Denver. Specifically, resilience and adaptation to climate change and the meaningful remediation of pollution that disproportionately contaminates the air, water, and soil of the north Denver neighborhoods of Globeville and Elyria-Swansea, Commerce City, and Aurora.

Justice, healing, growth, love.

something small could go here

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Meet the Center founder, Harmony Cummings

Spending 8 years working in the oil and gas industry, Harmony saw firsthand the harm done to communities and our planet by extractive industries. Witnessing the industry's callous disregard for communities and the environment fueled Harmony's 

passion for protecting the future for her children and all children. 


Harmony founded The Green House Connection Center and on the recognition of the impact that pairing the arts with activism for healing, connection, education and transformation can have. 


Harmony is on the steering committee for Resilient Denver, a group of Denverites who pushes the City of Denver to be as progressive as possible in addressing the climate crisis with a strong focus on equity.  Please read more about the role of Resilient Denver and the Climate Protection Fund here,

Harmony is an Outreach and Community Organizer with Colorado Rising,, who works to protect Colorado’s health, safety, wildlife, environment, and the future of our climate from the impacts of oil & gas development.   She is a member of Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's Climate Equity Community Advisory Group and was selected for Denver Mayor's Sustainability Advisory Council for Environmental Justice.  She is also a proud member of the Colorado Coalition for a Livable Climate.  She utilizes her experiences, networks and privilege to advocate for environmental justice and bold climate policy whenever and wherever possible.  


In her spare time, Harmony enjoys playing outside with her kids, caring for her plants, dancing, building community, listening to live music, connecting with friends and nature and running away to the woods. 


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