Nonprofit purchases land near Sarvis Creek, Yampa River with conservation in mind

Steamboat Today, August 16, 2013



By: Michael Schrantz

An organization dedicated to improving public access to rivers purchased land at the confluence of Sarvis Creek and the Yampa River for $1,005,000, but anglers itching to drift a dry fly past one of the healthy trout known to be in this stretch of water will have to wait a little while longer.

Western Rivers Conservancy is a nonprofit based in Oregon, but it saw opportunity in a little more than 40 acres that sit between lands owned by Colorado Parks and Wildlife and Routt National Forest.

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