Eagle River Watershed Council .
Eagle River Watershed Council
Eagle River Watershed Council is a nonprofit 501c3 organization focused on keeping the rivers and streams of Eagle County healthy. We do this through water quality monitoring, education with youth and adults, and restoration projects. Our work is focused on the Eagle River in its entirety (77 miles) from Tennessee Pass to the confluence with the Colorado River near Dotsero and the 55 miles of the Colorado River that flows through Eagle County- and all of the tributaries of each, which fall in our county. Our streams see threats from historic mining, development, highways, stormwater runoff, and more. Eagle River Watershed Council aims to keep our community and its visitors ahead of emerging threats to water quality so that we can continue to recreate, drink and enjoy these amazing streams.
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