Dolores River Restoration Partnership

November 27, 2015--Groups help restore Dolores River (Durango Herald)

The Dolores River Boating Advocates are continuing their efforts to restore the health of the river below McPhee Dam.


May 8, 2015--Dolores River conservation group has successful 2014 (Telluride Daily Planet)

In a presentation to the San Miguel County Board of Commissioners at their meeting Wednesday, Nature Conservancy Southwest Colorado Project Director Peter Mueller updated the board on the work of the Dolores River Restoration Partnership, a private-public partnership that works to preserve the wildlife and ecology of the river that starts in the San Juan Mountains and runs to its confluence wit


Dolores River Restoration Partnership

The Dolores River Restoration Partnership (DRRP) has been awarded $50,000 to continue its work eradicating tamarisk along the river. The group's Tamarisk Coalition, along with The Nature Conservancy, and BLM, have worked with the Southwest Conservation Corps, and Canyon Country Youth Corps to hire and train more than 200 youth to implement and monitor much of the restoration work. As a result of their efforts, the DRRP has been selected as the winner of the 2014 Colorado Collaboration Award. The $50,000 prize recognizes excellence and innovation in nonprofit partnerships.

September 25, 2014--Dolores tamarisk battle wins additional funding (Cortez Journal)

The Dolores River Restoration Partnership has been awarded $50,000 to continue its work eradicating the tamarisk scourge. The group's Tamarisk Coalition, along with The Nature Conservancy, and BLM, have worked with the Southwest Conservation Corps, and Canyon Country Youth Corps to hire and train more than 200 youth to implement and monitor much of the restoration work.


May 29, 2014--Coalition makes ground on war with tamarisk (Cortez Journal)

A coalition of land managers, ecologists, and young adults have been slowly eradicating invasive plant species on the Lower Dolores River the last five years. On the frontlines is the Dolores River Restoration Partnership, formed in 2009 to restore native habitat on 175 miles of the river - from McPhee Dam to the confluence of the Colorado River.


June 7, 2012--River restoration project to hire 20,000 young people (Cortez Journal)

In response to President Barack Obama’s urging to expand opportunities for young people during the summer while connecting them with the outdoors, the Southwest Conservation Corps and Dolores River Restoration Partnership was one of three Colorado entities selected for summer work on public lands.


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