​​Estes Valley ​Watershed Coalition

The Estes Valley Watershed Coalition will promote an ecologically healthy watershed that also seeks to maximize public benefits and minimizes public risk, through community engagement and sound science.

Watershed Coalition completes major projects in 2017

The Estes Valley Watershed Coalition completed 14 construction projects in 2017 to restore and improve streams in the Estes Valley that were damaged in the 2013 flood.


Open House!

The community is invited to Celebrate the construction of 14 restoration projects in support of the Estes Valley 2013 flood recovery.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Estes Valley Community Center-Lower Level-660 Community Drive
Estes Park, CO 80517

 
EVWC staff and Board of Directors will be on hand to showcase the newly restored watersheds as well as listen to your thoughts and share ideas about preparing for, and minimizing, the effects of future “events.”

Our Vision is to protect and improve the forest , wildlife, and waters of our valley – the Estes Valley Watershed.

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The Estes Valley Watershed Coalition is a nonprofit organization that is designed to align watershed restoration and risk mitigation with community and economic development goals using a collaborative, multijurisdictional, holistic approach.  With the unique composure between resort accommodations and residential homes, the Estes Valley faces challenges to incorporate interest from the Fall River, Fish Creek, Upper Big Thompson and Black Canyon watersheds.  The Estes Valley Watershed Coalition will work to advocate and assemble those interests and coordinate those efforts with state and federal entities to see measurable outcomes of the watersheds and stream corridors in the Estes Valley.

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