Wildlife Track Scoping & Crystal River
Aerially scope wildlife tracks to aid in the creation of a viable plan to mitigate wildlife vehicle collisions in the Roaring Fork Valley. Fly along HWY 82 and 133, recording the location of wildlife tracks and migration routes that edge up or cross the highways.
And, see our Valley and the Crystal from above with officials from the Town of Marble. Engage stakeholders on the efforts to protect the Crystal River prior to the Community Summit, an event on April 27th, for all interested stakeholders to share why they value the Crystal River and their hopes for its future. If you are interested in participating, click here
This is an important step toward identifying shared community vision and goals for the Crystal River. Learn more here.