Fish Ladders after Flood

A cooperative effort is in effect to redesign and build new divergence structures that were lost or damaged in the 2013 Flood.  The new fish passage structures are an owner responsibility, but Colorado Parks and Wildlife is making a great effort to help these flood victims rebuild with fish passage in mind.  Learn more about these structures as well as the federal, state, and local efforts being made to help our watershed.

Rebuilding Water Diversions Using Modern Techniques

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

1:45 p.m. 

Best Western Plus Plaza, 1850 Industrial Circle, Longmont, Colorado

The Colorado Department of Natural Resources and the Colorado Water Conservation Board are hosting a meeting for all interested parties to discuss strategies for rebuilding water diversion structures following the September floods.

The meeting will focus on how to rebuild flood-damaged water diversion structures in a more fish and recreation-friendly manner. Discussion topics will include what resources are available to assist water users and identifying incentives for moving forward with fish and recreation-friendly designs as ditch companies and utilities move to replace infrastructure damaged or destroyed in the flooding.

Representatives from Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Colorado  Water Conservation Board will be making presentations.

Come learn what others have done and are doing to make our rivers’ next 100 years even better!

 

 

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Chad is a Fly Fishing guide on the front range of Colorado since 2008. He is happy to help you catch some fish on a fly rod. His email is [email protected]

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