Court upholds in-stream flows for lower Dolores River

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Court upholds in-stream flows for lower Dolores River

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Bureau of Land Management river rangers teamed up with the Dolores River Boating Advocates and the Tamarisk Coalition to conduct a campsite inventory on the lower Dolores River a few years ago.
Biologists with Colorado Parks and Wildlife regularly conduct native fish counts on the Dolores River below McPhee Dam.
Campsites were cleared and signs installed by the Bureau of Land Management and volunteers at campsites on the Lower Dolores River in 2015. The section from below the confluence with the San Miguel to Gateway is rarely run, but has boatable flows every year for 4-6 weeks.
The Division of Wildlife crew works the net to catch fish along the Dolores River.

Court upholds in-stream flows for lower Dolores River

Bureau of Land Management river rangers teamed up with the Dolores River Boating Advocates and the Tamarisk Coalition to conduct a campsite inventory on the lower Dolores River a few years ago.
Biologists with Colorado Parks and Wildlife regularly conduct native fish counts on the Dolores River below McPhee Dam.
Campsites were cleared and signs installed by the Bureau of Land Management and volunteers at campsites on the Lower Dolores River in 2015. The section from below the confluence with the San Miguel to Gateway is rarely run, but has boatable flows every year for 4-6 weeks.
The Division of Wildlife crew works the net to catch fish along the Dolores River.
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