Give a Roaring Fork Watershed Map for Christmas!
Watershed Collaborative Overview
Under the leadership of Roaring Fork Conservancy, Pitkin County, and USFS, an ongoing and very productive set of "Water Issues" has brought together key respondents, agencies, conservation groups and others in an ongoing dialog and assembly of related work efforts to look at water quality and water quantity issues in the region. This exciting linkage of related water studies and interested agencies continues to explore the complex arena of data base development, knowledge and information dissemination, and policy related studies that impact our communities and future. Collectively they have ensured that their efforts compliment each other, avoid duplication, allow individual efforts to test the applicability and utility of findings, and pool resources to become competitive for major continuing study funding.
Roaring Fork Conservancy has partnered with Seth Mason of SK Mason Environmental to create a third edition of its Roaring Fork Watershed Map. The map is a culmination of six months of design work to create a Raven-quality map with incredible detail and beauty. "This map is a must-have for anyone who likes to explore the Roaring Fork Watershed to plot their next adventure," said Rick Lofaro, executive director of Roaring Fork Conservancy. "The map really illustrates the incredible diversity and connectivity of our watershed." These high-quality maps measure 32"x40" and are available for purchase at skmason.com.
Funding as part of the HB-1177 Roundtables: Water Supply Reserve Account Criteria & Guidelines
Watershed Collaborative Contact List
Watershed Collaborative Contact List - As of January 23, 2012
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