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Roaring Fork Conservancy is the watershed action and education organization for the Roaring Fork Watershed that brings people together to protect our rivers. 

We focus on:  
Water Quantity  |  Water Quality  |  Riparian Habitat Protection




Ever wonder how exactly spring river conditions can be predicted by looking at snowpack? Or, how water content is determined by exploring the snow? And, frankly why does it even matter how much water is in snow? Meet us the Redstone Inn for coffee, refreshments and an introduction to exploring snowpack as a natural resource and its critical importance in Western water management. Derrick Wyle, Natural Resource Conservation Service snow surveyor and Roaring Fork Conservancy’s Sarah Johnson will be your guides on McClure Pass as we explore a SNOTEL monitoring site, conduct a snow course survey, and dig a snow pit. Registration is required.  

Please keep the following in mind:
 * Snowshoes or cross country skis are required! 
 * Participants will carpool to McClure Pass from the Redstone Inn.
 * Appropriate for ages 12 years and older. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.
 * Please dress appropriately as the event will happen snow or shine. 


Ramsey Kropf Leaves for Washington
We are most excited to announce that Ramsey Kropf has accepted the esteemed position of Deputy Solicitor for Water with the Department of the Interior in Washington, D.C. We sincerely appreciate Ramsey’s eleven years of service to the Board, particularly her term as president from December 2011 through January 2015. We wish her the best during this two year appointment and once in a lifetime experience. Former Board President, Diane Schwener will serve as interim board president for the remaining months of 2015.




Call for Comments on Water Conservation Plans
Each municipality within the Roaring Fork Watershed is currently drafting water conservation plans. A couple draft plans are currently out for public comment. These plans are part of the larger Regional Water Conservation Planning effort being coordinated by Ruedi Water and Power Authority. Click the links below to submit comments to each municipality's Plan. 

City of Aspen - deadline for comments - February 27, 2015
Town of Basalt - deadline for comments - March 17, 2015
Town of Carbondale - deadline for comments - March 17, 2015 
City of Glenwood Springs (draft plan coming soon)


 
 

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