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Rancho del Rio Riparian Restoration Day

Project Description: Eagle River Watershed Council is collaborating with the owners of Rancho del Rio to help restore riparian habitat by designating river access points to the Colorado River and planting native seed. Rancho del Rio is a beloved river-community hub that is packed throughout the boating season. Sections of…

Letter: Land & Rivers Fund raises $500K to support conservation efforts

This article was originally published in the Vail Daily on 3/23/2022. Read it on Vail Daily online.    The Land & Rivers Fund launched in 2017 to support the work of the Eagle River Watershed Council and Eagle Valley Land Trust. These two organizations are the only nonprofits in the…

Restore the Gore Native Riparian Planting Day

Project Description: Eagle River Watershed Council and Town of Vail are seeking volunteers to help restore riparian habitat by planting native trees and shrubs on public property along Gore Creek. Gore Creek has been listed as a 303(d) impaired waterway for low aquatic life since 2012. Gore Creek’s impairment is due in part…

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