River lovers in Colorado and past are invited to a sweeping, digital exploration beginning subsequent month.
On March 3, Western Rivers Conservancy is starting a web-based tour of flagship waterways throughout 11 states. Nice Rivers of the West, billed as a weekly sequence of “stay, fast-paced and extremely informative slideshows,” will begin in Idaho. Viewers who register without cost can tune in at 7 p.m. that Wednesday and each Wednesday thereafter, ending April 21 in Utah and Wyoming.
Creator and lifelong advocate Tim Palmer will current on riverscapes sustaining fish and wildlife in addition to recreation hobbyists. Preservation and public entry are the pillars of Western Rivers Conservancy.
The Nice Rivers of the West sequence started a decade in the past — “a instrument we developed to know rivers of the West,” Sue Doroff, president and co-founder of the nonprofit, mentioned in a information launch, “and now we wish to share it with everybody who desires to know rivers higher, whether or not you are an angler, boater, hunter, hiker or birder.”
After Idaho, Palmer will current on Montana rivers March 10, adopted in successive weeks by Oregon, California and Washington. Colorado shall be featured April 7, with rivers from three states — Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico — scheduled for April 14.