Blue Trails inspire people to protect vital fish and wildlife habitat. While specific protections vary from community to community, Blue Trails are often associated with conservation easements, streamside buffers, and more stringent water quality standards.
Blue Trails Revitalize Communities
Through the Hitchcock Creek Blue Trail, we have renewed a natural resource that will provide paddling, fishing and economic growth through tourism and recreation today and for future generations…
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Transforming A Forgotten Creek Into A Community Treasure
The Blue Trail connects the community to the creek, improves recreational access and protects its natural setting.
Horn Ranch Offers Recreational Opportunities On Eagle River
Eagle County purchases the old Horn Ranch, allowing construction of a new access point for the Eagle River.
Making the Link: Conservation, Recreation and our Economy – Part One
With the summer months just around the corner and spring peeking out from behind the piles of snow, I’m thinking only of the outdoors. Hiking, rafting, biking, fishing and just enjoying the amazing rivers and landscapes of Colorado.