Letter: Thanks for supporting Land & Rivers Fund

Eagle Valley Land Trust and Eagle River Watershed Council wish to thank all Land & Rivers Fund participating businesses and customers as 2021 ramps up. Despite a year of uncertainty, the program continued to grow in 2020 — success which wouldn’t be possible without the belief in the importance of…

You can (still) support us with your refund – Deadline extended to May 17!

The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service announced that the federal income tax filing due date for individuals for the 2020 tax year will be automatically extended to May 17, 2021. ReFUND Colorado is still an option for eligible organizations until the May 17 deadline. This means that your communities can still…

Job Posting – Eagle River Fund Manager

Eagle River Fund Manager Eagle River Watershed Council serves the Eagle River valley with offices in Gypsum, Colorado Eagle River Watershed Council is creating a water fund for the Eagle River, called the Eagle River Fund. The Nature Conservancy describes water funds as organizations that “design and enhance financial and…

Collaboration is Key for Water Solutions

Increasingly, water in Colorado (and around the West, for that matter) is becoming a fierce battleground with distinct lines drawn in the sand. We see environmentalists and recreationists squaring off against water suppliers; farmers duking it out with so-called “water grabbers”; and, unfortunately, the Front Range pitted against the Western…

Cloud seeding works, but won’t solve water woes

In the arid West, the perpetual search for new water supplies, like the mythical search for the Holy Grail, has given rise to numerous fantastical adventures and grand schemes. Some of these have resulted in the impressive feats of engineering that have re-plumbed much of the Colorado River Basin, and…

Newsletter Signup

Subscribe to our newsletter below and never miss the latest news.