Together We Can Protect The Dolores River
The Dolores River has carved one of the most sublime desert canyons in the American West
Below McPhee Reservoir, the Dolores offers one of the country’s longest wilderness river floats – 173 miles through public lands made up of unspoiled canyons and old growth ponderosa pine forest habitat. It is rich in archaeological resources and unique plant and wildlife habitat. Long-time farmers and small communities in the region depend on the river for water.
This is exciting progress! Now we have an opportunity to support this proposal and provide long-term solutions for protecting the Dolores River and surrounding landscape.