A Blue Trail is a river adopted by communities that are dedicated to improving family friendly recreation such as fishing, boating, hiking, and wildlife watching, and conserving rivers and lands.

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    Watch Today – July Webinar

    Did you miss our July webinar, Building Support for Conservation Funding Initiatives?  Watch it today to learn more from Kate Thorpe, Deputy Director at Conservation Voters for Idaho and the Treasurer of Boise for Clean Water and Open Space.

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    Take Me (and the kids) To The River

    Today’s post is a guest blog co-authored by Dan Omasta, Director of River Restoration Adventures for Tomorrow, and Neal Schwieterman, who resides in Paonia, CO with his wife and daughter.  He is a retired police officer and recently retired as Mayor of Paonia. He continues to inspire youth through kayaking and is looking to start… Read more »

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    The Rio Grande, an Ancient River Connection through Youthful Eyes

      Today’s post is a guest blog from Roberta Salazar, Executive Director of Rivers and Birds. Based in Taos, New Mexico, Rivers and Birds provides experiential education and promotes conservation advocacy of our public lands to inspire Earth stewardship. Rivers and Birds is a grant recipient of the Connecting Communities to Rivers Grant Program. 

What They’re Saying

  • Holly Loff

    “Rivers have always been at the heart of our family time. And we experience great things there together. We’ve watched goslings attempt their first swim, collected snail shells, caught laughably small fish and admirably large fish together, and so much more. Blue Trails help families like mine more easily enjoy their rivers. Whether through tubing,… Read more »