Many a superhero were spotted at the Western Slope Conservation Center's Float Fest on the morning of June 3. The festival's superhero theme celebrated the organization's 40 years of dedication to watershed stewardship, public lands advocacy, and environmental education in Delta County and beyond, as well as the vast community support making these efforts possible.
The Western Slope is pulling out its paddles and PFDs for Western Slope Conservation Center's 17th annual Float Fest Saturday, June 3. This year, the Conservation Center is celebrating its 40th anniversary and the completion of the new one-mile loop at the Paonia River Park.
In Hawaiian shirts and leis, nearly 130 people floated down the North Fork of the Gunnison River during the Western Slope Conservation Center's 16th annual River Float and Festival on Saturday, June 4. Floaters travelled from the Paonia River Park to the Delta County Fairgrounds in Hotchkiss.
The 16th annual Float and Fest hosted by the Western Slope Conservation Center will be held June 4. This long-standing tradition provides a unique opportunity for locals and visitors to float along the North Fork of the Gunnison River, so come make a splash with family and friends!
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