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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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...
Contributed by Karin Emanuelson, Restoration Engineer, Stillwater Sciences On August 13, 2020, the Cameron Peak Fire ignited in the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forest. In the subsequent days and months, Northern Colorado residents experienced smoke-filled skies,...
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