How do you define “Good” and “Personal Responsibility” when it comes to public lands? Thanks to Toner Mitchell’s Truchacabra blog and work with Trout Unlimited… Read on by clicking here or copy this address…https://truchacabra.com/?p=1591 Embargo Creek in Rio Grande National Forest, Colorado (photo by Toner Michell).
Quintana Farms Restoration Plan is a cool thing
I was fortunate to be asked by my wife Carol to host the last stop on the River Houses walking tour last Saturday and see Mario Reynolds break out his raining Avanyu Snake that sound like a storm or a light trickle of precip. Carlos Herrera, Mario Reynolds and poets including Ilan Shamir and the […]
We are lucky to get some good press and collaborative support to do the work we do with youth! This last week the Chama River is getting first ever environmental flows and Carlos and I were lucky to be with Tara and her Escalante Lobos students to learn about geology, water chemistry, aquatic organisms and […]
Being an intern with River Source this summer has been a very great learning experience. I was given the opportunity to work with so many fascinating individuals who were just as interested and passionate about natural resources as I am. I was able to gain a lot of knowledge from these individuals and even build […]
From the River to the Page by Laura Paskus Hey there, young writers. I’m just stopping by to contradict what most smart and caring adults will say about your career choices. My advice? Follow your heart. And if your heart takes you along rivers and canyons (or even into meeting rooms full of angry-faced men […]
My thanks and congratulations to Rich, Carlos, all of the panelists, and all the students who helped make this one of the best forums to date. Mark Ericson
Youth will be meeting with representatives on climate and water issues..click here to see their stories…To blog: 1st login by going the bottom of the RiverSource.net front page & clicking on “Student Login”. 2nd, enter the username /password you have from your teacher. Third, click on “Posts” and “Add New”. Then start blogging! Click to the right for guidance […]