Help restore the Rio Grande! As part of restoration efforts at the Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge and Malm Trail, volunteers will have the opportunity to plant native vegetation and improve trails on these excellent community nature spaces. Work will help stabilize streambanks, increase riparian habitat quality, and improve the natural beauty of the river. Spaces are limited, so please sign up by clicking the button below.
Phase 1 of the Conejos River Partnership Project has wrapped with the completion of work at the New JB Romero/Northeastern Diversion. Phase 2 construction will begin this fall on the Mecitos and William Stewart ditch diversions.
As part of restoration efforts on the Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge, the Restoration Project will be working with US Fish and Wildliife, City of Alamosa and SLVGO to organize a volunteer day to improve riparian areas and sections of the Malm Trail. See the banner above to sign up!
Join us for our annual Rio Reels fundraiser, which will feature films that celebrate the many ways we connect with rivers. We’re excited to be hosting this year’s event both online and in-person at the SLV Ski-Hi Complex Banquet Hall. Keep an eye out for more event information here!
The Rio Grande Headwaters Restoration Project is working to improve the function of the Rio Grande in Colorado. This means the river will: