Posts by Holly Loff

Does a wet spring mean an end to drought in the region?

After the lean snow year, we were all getting a bit nervous about what water levels might look like later this summer. But then the rains came. And boy, did they come. It rained. It poured. We all celebrated and then it rained some more. We saw that moisture here in the Eagle Valley, but […]

What the Small Nonprofit of the Year Award means to us

Success Award 2013

Since its founding, Eagle River Watershed Council has achieved big things with a small staff of just one or two people. Although our projects often require large amounts of money to complete (the Edwards Restoration Project cost about $4 million), those are all dollars in and dollars out. On any given day we may be […]

Respect and protect riparian areas

Riverbanks don’t get much press. They’re pretty, so you see pictures of them all the time, but typically the river itself is the focus of the picture with the banks just there to frame the shot. Whether you fish, raft, watch wildlife, like to look at “pretty stuff” or work in an industry that helps […]

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A huge weight has been lifted! (Well… several times over at this point). Eagle River Watershed Council is ecstatic to announce that the tires..

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