TU, partners move forward on Fraser River restoration
In this 5 1/2 minute video, Kirk Klancke, Anna Drexler-Dreis and other leaders with the Colorado River Headwaters Chapter share the story of how collaboration among TU, Grand County, Denver Water, and other stakeholders is creating opportunities to restore healthier habitat for the Fraser River and its riparian corridor.
Unveiled at the Colorado Headwaters Chapter’s annual banquet in July, the video was part of that evening’s theme of recognizing how “conservation starts with conversation”, recognizing key leaders including Denver Water board member Tom Gougeon and former Grand County Commissioner James Newberry for their leadership in opening the door for greater dialogue and cooperation among former adversaries in addressing shared interests in the health of the Fraser River watershed.
To learn more about the work of the Colorado River Headwaters Chapter with the Fraser and Upper Colorado Rivers, you can visit the chapter website here.
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