Big water, big land conserved in private, federal cooperative project

A project by the Western Rivers Conservancy and the Bureau of Land Management has opened public access to lands in northwest Colorado, including 2.5 miles of the Yampa River, the rapids-filled Cross Mountain Canyon and the Cross Mountain Wilderness Study Area.



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A project by the Western Rivers Conservancy and the Bureau of Land Management has opened public access to lands in northwest Colorado, including 2.5 miles of the Yampa River, the rapids-filled Cross Mountain Canyon and the Cross Mountain Wilderness Study Area.

A challenging section of the Yampa River and thousands of acres of public land in northwest Colorado are now more accessible, thanks to a joint effort between Western Rivers Conservancy and…




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