WRC Blog

We Did It! Alamosa Riparian Park created and open to all

Nov 25th, 2019  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

We Did It! Alamosa Riparian Park created and open to all

Success! On the banks of the upper Rio Grande, Western Rivers Conservancy has added an outstanding new riverfront park to the city of Alamosa, Colorado.

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We Did It! WRC breathes new life into headwaters of the Middle Fork Salmon River

Nov 14th, 2019  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

We Did It! WRC breathes new life into headwaters of the Middle Fork Salmon River

Great news! Western Rivers Conservancy protected another critical salmon stream high in the Idaho Rockies—this time at the source of the Middle Fork Salmon River.

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We Did It! Success on a beloved Oregon wild and scenic river

Nov 7th, 2019  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

We Did It! Success on a beloved Oregon wild and scenic river

Great news! Western Rivers Conservancy successfully delivered permanent public access to the John Day River at Thirtymile Creek, at the heart of the John Day Wild and Scenic River canyon! Most importantly, the effort conserved the lower nine miles of Thirtymile Creek and 10 miles of the John Day River.

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