Rockies River News

News and opportunities affecting Colorado's rivers

Cliff Swallows & the Upper Colorado River. Photo: Abby Burk/Audubon

Watch: Supporting Colorado’s River Restoration
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Watch: Supporting Colorado’s River Restoration

Learn how all of Colorado benefits from river restoration in our new video.

Get Outside and Lend a Hand to Rivers
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Get Outside and Lend a Hand to Rivers

Sign up for Audubon Rockies-sponsored Wildlands Restoration Volunteers volunteer projects.

Connected by Water
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Connected by Water

Healthy rivers are key to our physical, emotional, and economic recovery.

Grand Valley Audubon's Wetlands Restoration Project Is Underway
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Grand Valley Audubon's Wetlands Restoration Project Is Underway

How an Audubon chapter is restoring habitat along the Colorado River.

Bound by Water From Healthy, Flowing Rivers
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Bound by Water From Healthy, Flowing Rivers

A water Colorado Legislature update amid COVID-19.

Colorado Thrives When Our Rivers Do
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Colorado Thrives When Our Rivers Do

Plus, an invitation to join our webinar on healthy rivers.

Legislative Water Priorities in 2020 for Colorado’s Rivers, Birds, and People
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Legislative Water Priorities in 2020 for Colorado’s Rivers, Birds, and People

Policy priorities for the 2020 Colorado legislative session.

Proposed Bear River Development Would Be Detrimental to People and Birds
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Proposed Bear River Development Would Be Detrimental to People and Birds

The future of Great Salt Lake and Bear River Bay depend on adequate long-term flows from Bear River, the largest single source of flows to the lake.

Colorado Bets on New Funding for Water Plan
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Colorado Bets on New Funding for Water Plan

This new funding represents a down payment on the needed $100 million annual investment.

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