Colorado Riparian Association
The mission of the Colorado Riparian Association is to promote the conservation, restoration, and preservation of Colorado’s riparian areas and wetlands.
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A Watershed is More Than the Sum of its Reaches: Understanding Post-Fire Resilience at Different Scales
Contributed by Shayla Triantafillou, MS Student, Colorado State University A wide, well-connected floodplain in a resilient watershed. Wildfires are one of the biggest threats to water in Colorado. The ten largest fires in Colorado history have happened since 2002...
Contributed by Nicole Seltzer, Colorado Basin Program Director, River Network Colorado’s Water Plan put forth dozens of ideas, among them a new kind of watershed planning that focused on flows and the health of the river corridor. CWCB has invested over $4 million in...
Where is Low-Tech Process-Based Restoration of Beaver Complexes Appropriate, Feasible, and Most Efficient?
Contributed by Mark Beardsley and Jessica Doran, Ecologists, EcoMetrics Beaver are being hailed as one of the most cost-effective and sustainable solutions for ecological restoration and climate change resilience, and “light-touch” low-tech process-based...
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