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UWP is a 501(c)(3) organization where your donations help fund water quality restoration and education projects in the Upper Uncompahgre River Watershed.
Upcoming EventsApr14Sat7:00 pm Fly Fishing Film Tour Benefit fo... @ Montrose PavilionFly Fishing Film Tour Benefit fo... @ Montrose PavilionApr 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pmJoin Mayfly Outdoors and RIGS Fly Shop & Guide Service for a great showing of the Fly Fishing Film Tour to benefit the Uncompahgre River through an Uncompahgre Watershed Partnership project The original and preeminent exhibition of fly fishing cinema, … Continue reading →May2Wedall-day 8th Annual Mining & Reclamation ... @ Ruth Humphreys Brown Theater8th Annual Mining & Reclamation ... @ Ruth Humphreys Brown TheaterMay 2 – May 4 all-dayPlanning for Resiliency May 2-4, 2018, Creede, Colo. A long-range view is necessary to build resilient communities and organizations, especially in today’s economy. Times of plenty make it easy to carry on with business as usual. However, disruptive events can … Continue reading →Jun30Sat10:00 am 11th annual Ridgway RiverFest @ Rollans Park11th annual Ridgway RiverFest @ Rollans ParkJun 30 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Category Archives: Volunteer Opportunity
As Colorado temperatures reach into the high 90s and beyond, everyone from toddlers to retirees can take refuge from the heat at the coolest place on the Western Slope this Saturday – the Ridgway RiverFest. Festival goers will be treated … Continue reading
This last Thursday Adam Johnson’s shop class from the Ridgway Secondary School, finished out the last tasks to be done in Rollans park before winter set in. The students put in 30 feet of split rail fence, sanded and stained … Continue reading
Volunteers gathered at the Ouray Visitor’s Center last Saturday to learn how to identify and get rid of noxious weeds. Ouray County Weed Manager Ron Mabry led the day’s expedition as volunteers looked for: Chinese clematis, myrtle spurge, and absinth … Continue reading