Conservation Impact Since 2018
Riparian Habitat Restored
Educational River Experiences
“With funding from Forever Our Rivers, we are able to remove invasive plants along the Dolores River and revegetate and steward these areas with native plants. Together, we are making a difference.” – Shannon, RiversEdge West
Visit your rivers in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month
Have you ever experienced a moment when you feel like your head is so full of thoughts that it feels like it's going to explode? Do you have a difficult time remembering the timeline of your memories? If you live with neurological conditions such as anxiety,...
A little fish with a big reputation: the Colorado River cutthroat trout
Even if you live in the West and fishing isn’t your passion, it still seems likely you’ve heard of cutthroat trout, swimming throughout the waters of the West. The Colorado River cutthroat trout is one of three subspecies of cutthroat trout and is native only to the...
$158,000 grant improves river health in the Colorado River basin
With a $158,000 grant awarded by Forever Our Rivers Foundation, conservation crews have a head start on their annual quest to improve the health of the Colorado River basin. Crew members will monitor, treat and prevent non-native species like tamarisk—one of the most...