Vail Daily column: Plans, projects help us move toward healthier rivers

25th December, 2014 by

By Edward Stoner

I’ve always loved Eagle County’s rivers; the smell, the wildlife, the adventure, wild in the spring and tranquil in the fall. I’ve been a kayaker and done some fly fishing, but mostly use the rivers as a rafter these days, on the Eagle and Gore Creek when running and the Upper Colorado. It’s a great perspective of Colorado and Eagle County. I first became involved with Eagle River Watershed Council during the Edwards restoration project as a volunteer. I attended a board of directors meeting, and quickly realized that this group was doing some really important work. From the community …

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