Posts Categorized: Communities


Expanding Protections along the Eagle River: Question and Answer With Eagle Valley Land Trust

If it can be said that it takes a village to raise a child – meaning that it takes more than just the parents to develop a young person into a happy and productive adult – the same could be said for protecting our natural environments. It takes more than just one organization or one community to protect our open spaces and river environments – it requires a collaboration that accepts many hands.
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Revitalizing Communities through Recreation and River Protection

Are you looking for examples of how your community can use your local river trail as a new source for economic development? Join us on February 17th at 1 pm ET/11 am MT as we dive deeper into how local communities and governments have promoted tourism and increased economic development through river recreation and conservation initiatives.
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Spencer's Cabin

The Colorado River Initiative: Spencer’s Cabin

A float trip on the Upper Colorado is an amazing experience – whether you are an angler plying for hungry trout or a rafter out on a summer day with a group of friends, the stretch from State Bridge to Dotsero in central Colorado is an adventure you will never forget. But due to the patchwork of private and public lands, camp options can often be tricky to figure out, and if the river is busy, a challenge to have enough spots for everyone.
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Webinar: Utilizing Social Media

I think it is safe to say the majority of us utilize social media in both our work life and our personal life. Whether it is simply sharing a cool photo or video or providing more information on the work you are doing like sharing a river map or tips about recreation from local users, social media has allowed us to network with a much wider audience. However – social media can be confusing. What is the best platform to use? How can you encourage followers to “like” you and share your posts?
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