|Final Fence Rally
We need a few good hands to help us finish the fence. Join us on the Dolores River THIS SATURDAY, November 8th to finish the second boater-friendly cattle fence above the town of Dolores, and to wrap up the fences for the season. The fence will be down for the winter and for spring runoff, then it will be re-installed next year during cattle season. We need several volunteers to wrap this project up. If you haven’t had the opportunity to work on it, this is your chance! For more details and to sign up, please contact Lee-Ann at 970-560-5486 or email info.THANK YOU!!!
What the TDR?
If you are wondering about the Dolores River Valley Plan, and the ongoing efforts to address the Montezuma County Commissioner’s overturning of the Transferable Development Rights (TDRs), please visit the Protect Montezuma County Water website at: www.doloreswater.org, or the Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/Protect-Montezuma-County-Water. They are accepting donations for ongoing efforts to maintain the water quality and integrity of the Dolores River.
An Interview with a Living Legend
We are excited to announce our upcoming interview with seasoned and sassy river advocate Katie Lee. Katie Lee has been advocating for living rivers for over 50 years! At age 95, she has plenty to share about her experiences running the Colorado River and the Dolores River pre-dams, and her thoughts about dams. Her colorful career as an actress, songwriter, folksinger, river runner, author, and activist found her in equally colorful settings with other Southwest legends like Edward Abbey and David Brower. Tune in to KSJD Community Radio next Thursday, November 13th at 8:30 AM to hear about it directly from this remarkable Western character.