About Us / River Currents

Newsletters

2017 Spring RFC Newsletter

 

  • Year of the Dipper
  • River Protectors: Middle Schoolers Explore River-Related Careers
  • Dee Dee the Fryingpan River Dipper: RFC's First Children's Book
  • Saving Water in Aspen by Using Less on Landscaping
  • Peppy and Wally Dallenbach Honored as 2017 River Conservators
  • Save the Dates:
    • June 10, 13th Annual River Float
    • July 12, 18th Annual River Rendezvous
    • August 14, Golf Classic at Aspen Glen

 

 

2016 Fall RFC Newsletter, 20th Anniversary 2nd Edition:

  • Casting into the Future
  • Study Updates on: Crystal River Management Plan, Fryingpan River, Cattle Creek
  • The Significance of a Little Gray Bird: The American Dipper
  • Outside of Academia: Intern reflection
  • Conservation Easement Profile: Silver Lining Ranch, Aspen
  • Ways to Support RFC Over the Holidays: Amazon Smile, Colorado GIves Day: December 6, Gifting Your Birthday or Holiday to RFC
  • River Stewards Update
  • RFC Sponsors Roaring Fork Leadership Project: Think Outside the Banks
  • Adventures in Water Sampling - 2016 Roaring Fork Algal Survey
  • 20 Years of Partnerships! (Partner logo collage)
  • Glenwood Springs Tamarisk Removal Project 2016
  • Connecting Roaring Fork Valley Students to Their Future Water Supply
  • Thank you Backbone Media and Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers!
  • Reminiscing: 2016 River Rendezvous Photo Collage
  • River Center Update
  • SAVE THE DATE! You're invited to RFC's 20th Birthday Party!

 

2016 Summer RFC Newsletter, 20th Anniversary 1st Edition:

  • Crystal River Management Plan
  • Crystal River Valley Visitor Guide
  • River Stewards History
  • 20 Years of Bringing People Together Photo Collage

 

2015 Winter Newsletter:

  • Thinking Outside the Banks: The Importance of Riparian Vegetation
  • The Solution to Pollution: Use a Park to Clean the River
  • Fishing with the Future
  • Reconstructing a Stream
  • North Star Preserve Bank Restoration Project
  • Profile: Burry Ranch Conservation Easement
  • Highlight: Fourmile Stream Team 
  • Fishing with the Future
  • RFC Education Programs: "Teaching at its Best!"

 

2015 Spring/Summer RFC Newsletter:

  • The Value of Local Knowledge
  • Didymo Research: Uncovering the Mysteries of Rock Snot
  • Colorado River Watch Program - Did You Know?
  • Profile: Emma Open Space Conservation Easement
  • Watershed Action Study Updates
  • 2015 Robert Billingsley RIver Conservators: Joyce & Bill Gruenberg
  • Afterschool Exploring on Enrichment Wednesday
  • Thank you Fryingpan Cleanup Sponsors & Volunteers
  • Eco-Products Showcases RFC in Sustainability Report

 

2015 Fall/Winter RFC Newsletter

  • RFC Data Provides New Protections in the Thompson Divide
  • Didymo on the Fryingpan
  • Crystal River Management Plan
  • Roaring Fork Beer Company Launches 1% for the Fork Program  
  • Fly Fishing in the Classrooms
  • Teacher Professional Development
  • Profiile: Blue Creek Ranch Conservation Easement

 

2014 Summer RFC Newsletter:

  • SPECIAL EDITION ON THE COLORADO WATER PLAN: Moving Forward With A Plan; Water Lays a Sturdy Foundation; Get Informed, Get Involved; Effect of Water Shortages and Colorado Water Plan on Agriculture in the Roaring Fork Valley; Considerations for the Colorado State Water Plan; Colorado Basin Roundtable Vision Statement
  • The Community's Voice Impacts the Future: Refined River Center Plans
  • Fryingpan River Cleanup photos
  • Conservation Easement Profile: Grange Loadout, Redstone
  • Crystal River Assessment and Coal Basin Update
  • Lower Fryingpan River Assessment Underway
  • 2014 Robert Billingsley River Conservator Award Recipient: Robert Woods
  • Christina Medved joins staff as Watershed Education Director

 

2014 Winter/Spring RFC Newsletter: 

  • Local Concerns spawn study of Fryingpan
  • Pondering Drakes...
  • Restoration work progresses on Crystal River & Coal Basin
  • 2012 Macroinvertebrate Study yields fairly healthy results
  • Keeping an eye on Fryingpan's "Rock Snot"
  • RFC helps Garfield County & other protect riparian zone
  • Profile: Park East Conservation Easement
  • Hot Spots for Trout citizens monitor river temperatures for 2nd year
  • Captain Cutthroat hooks the public on water conservation
  • Building partnerships for regional water conservation

 

2013 Summer RFC Newsletter:

  • Watershed Education Changes Our Relationship With Water
  • River Watch Educates and Motivates Citizen Scientists
  • The Vicious Cycle of Drought
  • Crystal River & Coal Basin Priorities for Action in 2013
  • 2013 Robert Billingsley River Conservator Award Recipient: Dorothea Farris
  • River Stewards Engage Young Adults
  • University of Michigan Students Assist with Water Conservation Planning

Contact Us

Roaring Fork Conservancy
PO Box 3349
Basalt, CO 81621
(970) 927-1290
info@roaringfork.org

PHYSICAL ADDRESS:
200 Basalt Center Circle, Suite 120, Basalt, CO 81621

What's New

Fryingpan Fishing Brings in $3.8 Million Annually to Local Economy Learn More

Contact