Events

Friday, July 29

10:00 AM | Twin Lakes Tunnel & Diversion Tour
Lost Man Reservoir, east of Aspen map

Did you know about 40% of the Roaring Fork headwaters is diverted under the Continental Divide to Front Range cities and farms? Join staff from Twin Lakes Reservoir & Canal Company and RFC for this informative tour of the tunnels, dams and ditches that move water east. Jeeps from Blazing Adventures will drive us 6 miles on Lincoln Creek Road to the Grizzly Reservoir where we'll get a look inside the Twin Lakes diversion tunnel...

 


Event Details | Register

Tuesday, August 2

5:00 PM | Woody Creek: Farm & Distillery Tour
Woody Creek Distillery map

See how a local spirit is made from seed to sip! We will visit the potato fields near Emma Open Space to learn about irrigation, potato production and this new take on local agriculture. We’ll then go behind the scenes at the distillery. On location we will see the process of making handcrafted spirits, and learn about their low-emissions facility and highly efficient distillation technology... 


Event Details | Register

Saturday, August 13

9:30 AM | Family Exploration at Filoha
Filoha Meadows Open Space map

Bring your family to Filoha Meadows and learn about the local bat population, visit beaver ponds, collect aquatic insects, and go on a scavenger hunt to explore this unique place. You’ll also learn about the large hooved animals that call Filoha Meadows home. 


Event Details | Register

Sunday, August 14

1:00 PM | The Busy Beavers of the Upper Crystal
Marble Mill Site Park, Marble, CO map

Are beavers good for the river? Does their activity change the available habitat for local plants, birds, fish and other wildlife? Join RFC educators and Alex Menard, manager of The Marble Hub, to get answers to these questions while on a walking tour of some beautiful wetlands created by Marble’s local beavers...


Event Details | Register

Thursday, August 18

9:30 AM | Family Exploration at Filoha
Filoha Meadows Open Space map

Bring your family to Filoha Meadows and learn about the local bat population, visit beaver ponds, collect aquatic insects, and go on a scavenger hunt to explore this unique place. You’ll also learn about the large hooved animals that call Filoha Meadows home. 


Event Details | Register

Monday, August 22

11:00 AM | Roaring Fork Conservancy Golf Classic
Aspen Glen Club, 545 Bald Eagle Way, Carbondale, CO 81623 map

We hope you’ll join us for an afternoon of golf on Aspen Glen’s co-designed signature Jack Nicklaus golf course. With stunning views of Mount Sopris and the Roaring Fork River, this promises to be a fun event to benefit our rivers! 


Event Details | Register

Saturday, September 10

9:30 AM | Family Exploration at Filoha
Filoha Meadows Open Space map

Bring your family to Filoha Meadows and learn about the local bat population, visit beaver ponds, collect aquatic insects, and go on a scavenger hunt to explore this unique place. You’ll also learn about the large hooved animals that call Filoha Meadows home. 


Event Details | Register

Thursday, September 15

5:00 PM | Celebrate Aspen Tap: Drinking Water Tour
City of Aspen Water Department, 500 Doolittle Drive, Aspen, CO 81611 map

Celebrate Aspen’s most valuable resource! Tour Aspen’s high mountain drinking water treatment facility which treats water from Castle Creek. Discover where your water is coming from and learn how this plant is capable of treating up to 9 million gallons of water a day!


Event Details | Register

Thursday, September 22

4:30 PM | Carbondale Bicycle Ditch Tour
Carbondale Town Hall map

Hop on your bike and join staff from Carbondale’s Water Department and RFC as we explore the ditches that direct water from the Crystal River into Carbondale...


Event Details | Register

 


REGISTER FOR A PROGRAM

  • Registration for events opens three weeks prior to events.  
  • To inquire about age-appropriateness of a program, please contact Christina Medved at (970) 927-1290.
  • WAIVER & MEDIA RELEASE

Please note: Cancellations made within 48 hours are non-refundable but can be applied toward annual membership dues upon request.

 

 


DOWNLOAD RFC WAIVERS (PDF files)

STANDARD WAIVER (all land-based programs)

RIVER FLOAT AND NORTH STAR FLOAT PROGRAM WAIVER (all on-water based programs)

MEDIA RELEASE (only)

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