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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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...
Contributed by Emily Larson, Environmental Risk Assessor, TRC Companies (Consulting) While it is with a heavy heart that we found ourselves gathered again to discuss another historic fire event in the Front Range, the Colorado Riparian Association brought the...
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