The Museums of Western Colorado is excited to partner with Colorado Canyons Association for an educational adventure on the Colorado River, Aug. 31 to Sept. 2. Paddle an inflatable kayak or relax aboard an oar raft as you travel 25 miles through Ruby and Horsethief canyons. Participants will marvel at the area's serenity, while winding through dramatic sandstone canyons deep in the heart of the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area (NCA).
For the fourth time in more than a half century, the Fire Mountain Canal was shut off before the end of the growing season, impacting some 488 irrigation water shareholders and more than 15,000 acres of arable land in the North Fork Valley.
People who hike, fish and boat along Colorado's rivers appreciate the shade of majestic cottonwood trees. On the other hand, the sharp thorns of Russian olive trees cut skin and snag clothes.
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