We’re part of a coalition of conservation groups fighting to save the Colorado River — and we need your help.
The expansion of the Gross Dam in Boulder County, Colorado would create the tallest dam in the state’s history; it also would increase water diversions from small tributaries to the Colorado River that are home to the endangered green lineage cutthroat trout. The project likely would kill thousands of these fish, which are protected under the Endangered Species Act. “The project would cause massive negative impacts on both sides of the continental divide, further drain the Colorado River, and further imperil endangered species,” said Gary Wockner, Poudre Waterkeeper and Director of SaveThe Colorado. “We will fight to protect the rivers and its fishes, and we will enforce the law.”
We are working to raise $5,000 to fund our efforts to stop this dam. Thanks to a generous benefactor, every dollar you donate before the end of the year will be matched!
Please join us in our fight to save the Colorado River, and the endangered fish that need free-flowing rivers in order to survive.
To clean water,