Climate Change is Water Change

Climate Change is Water Change January 30, 2017 This past year will likely break 2015’s mark of being the hottest year on record. Colorado has seen a similar trend, with a 2 degrees Fahrenheit bump statewide in the last 30 years. Colorado, like much of the Southwest, has also seen…

River-Friendly Snow and Ice Removal

River-Friendly Snow and Ice Removal February 21, 2017 Are you a pusher or a scooper? Of snow, that is. With all of the snow earlier this winter you likely have a distinct preference for one or the other. I’ll leave it to the medical professionals to advise on proper shoveling…

A Legacy of Wild & Scenic Rivers

March 24, 2017 “There is a religious experience in coming over top of a huge rapid and burying your bowman’s face down until you maybe can’t see him,” Claude Terry describes of our 39th president, Jimmy Carter—then Georgia Governor—completing the first tandem descent of the wild Chattooga River in 1974. President…

Healthy Rivers Start in Your Backyard

Healthy Rivers Start in Your Backyard May 30, 2017 Colorado is an arid state, averaging around 16 inches of precipitation a year. Factor in our high elevation, and the Eagle Valley can be a tricky place for gardening and landscaping. Fortunately, embracing the practices that allow our gardens and landscapes…

Birds at Risk Along the Colorado River

September 27, 2017 In the arid West, we often hear how the Colorado River supports people–it provides drinking water to nearly 40 million people in seven states, irrigates 5.5 million acres of farmland and ranches, supports 16 million jobs, and has an annual economic impact of $1.4 trillion. We also hear…

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