For many years, the Fraser River in Colorado’s Grand County has was a trickle each fall because the snowmelt that powers the river dissipates. The low flows have led to hotter water temperatures and fewer wildlife.
That modified this yr, not less than alongside a brief stretch of the Fraser. And it’s as a consequence of an uncommon partnership that features Denver Water, which diverts a lot of the river to the Entrance Vary, and Trout Limitless, which has fought for many years to guard it.
LINK (by way of: Colorado Public Radio)