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Watershed Wednesday History and Future of the Eagle Mine

A panel of experts explore the history of the Eagle Mine and the collaborative cleanup efforts of the past two decades. This discussion highlights business, operational and regulatory . . .

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History and Future of the Eagle Mine

A panel of experts explore the history of the Eagle Mine and the collaborative cleanup efforts of the past two decades. This discussion highlights business, operational and regulatory perspectives, as well as those of our local community. Organized by the Vail Symposium and Eagle River Watershed Council. Originally recorded 8/1/2017.

Fri, 08/04/2017
314404
Calling All River Guides

If a client asked you about the Eagle River watershed and its history, the Eagle Mine, water law and policy, or the biggest threats to our waterways - what would be your answer? Ken Neubecker of American Rivers and hydrologist Bill Hoblitzell offer answers to these questions, and more. Watershed Wednesday is a project of the Eagle River Watershed Council. Filming is underwritten by the Eagle River Water and Sanitation District. Originally recorded 6/7/17.

Tue, 06/13/2017
295433
Paddling Around the World

Seth and Jessica Mason of the U.S. Mens and Womens Whitewater Rafting Teams share their experiences rafting around the world, and how different cultures approach water as a resource.

Thu, 11/17/2016
278560
Cutthroat Trout: Conservation Through Uncertainty

Cutthroat Trout: Conservation Through Uncertainty. Kendall Bakich of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and Matt Grove of the U.S. Forest Service discuss the history of cutthroat trout in Colorado and recent taxonomic research that has identified new lineages of these native trout. Originally recorded 3/23/16.

Thu, 06/02/2016
255519
The Gold King Mine Spill and its Implications

Ron Cohen, a professor at the Colorado School of Mines, details the events that led to the spill of acid mine drainage from the Gold King Mine into the Animas River. Cohen discusses the spill's implications for other abandoned mines in Colorado. Originally recorded 11/4/2015

Wed, 11/18/2015
236626
State of the Fisheries 2015

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Aquatic Biologist Kendall Bakich discusses a variety of topics regarding the status and management of the Eagle and Upper Colorado River fisheries.

Fri, 05/15/2015
219390
Colorado River Inventory and Assessment

The Eagle River Watershed Council has worked in conjunction with Colorado State University to create the Colorado River Inventory and Assessment, which outlines projects and policy suggestions to manage the 55 miles of the upper Colorado River running through Eagle County. Bill Hoblitzell presents. Underwritten by the Eagle River Water and Sanitation District.

Wed, 12/10/2014
196586
Colorado River Basin Fish Update

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Aquatic Biologist Kendall Bakich discusses a variety of topics regarding the status and management of the Eagle and Upper Colorado River fisheries.

Fri, 05/16/2014
194810
Graywater

Graywater is water that has been used for washing hands, showers and laundry water. In a residential home, it accounts for about half of indoor water use and wastewater generated. CSU professor Larry Roesner has studied non-potable uses of graywater to decrease water demand. Eagle River Watershed Council.

Fri, 05/02/2014
189974
Eagle River Blue Trail

Ken Neubecker, American Rivers Blue Trail Coordinator, discusses the status of the Eagle River Blue Trail system in Eagle County.

Fri, 03/21/2014

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