McPhee Dam

July 17, 2014--Lower Dolores study details native fish needs (Dolores Star)

A conceptual plan for aiding native fish on the Lower Dolores River was approved by the Dolores Water Conservancy District in June. The District has been negotiating with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the BLM, Forest Service, and conservation groups on ways to improve native fish habitat below McPhee Dam.


July 1, 2012--Fighting invasive species on the Dolores River (Telluride Daily Planet)

Exotic species invading local ecosystems has long been a problem in Colorado, but along the Dolores River a program is in place to push some species back. Problem species that sprout up on the banks of the scenic southern Colorado waterway include mainly tamarisk, but also Siberian elm and Russian knapweed, which can outcompete local species of grasses, trees and shrubs.


August 1, 2009--Lower Dolores group offers info (Cortez Journal)

The Lower Dolores Plan Working Group has released a series of fact sheets that give detailed information about the topics being discussed in the Lower Dolores Plan Working Group process.

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