Water Update

By John Orr MINUTE 323 Several tributaries of the Colorado River get their start in the crags of the Central Colorado mountains. Storied rivers: Blue, Eagle, Roaring Fork and the powerhouse Gunnison. They’ve all faced the footstep of humankind. The mines dotting the slopes, hay fields, ranching, orchards and cornfields bear witness and are now […]

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Riding the River Home

By Susan Tweit In July I spent four days on the Green River, floating the canyons of Dinosaur National Park as a “mind guide” for a trip with Colorado Art Ranch. Let me say right off, I am not a river-girl. Whitewater does not make my heart sing; in fact, the rumble of a river […]

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Video: The Call of the River

A Hundred Years of Whitewater Adventure Produced by Kent Ford (2008 Whitewater Hall of Fame Inductee) 93 Minutes Performance Video. Durango, Colorado – 2009 Reviewed by Mike Rosso Most Central Colorado residents are familiar with FIBArk, the big whitewater festival held every summer in Salida. What they may not be aware of is the event’s […]

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