Colorado - AW is currently working with local governments, conservation groups, and State and Federal agencies to decide the future of the Yampa and White Rivers and their tributaries. Your honest participation in this study, will help American Whitewater develop new instream flow guidelines for the Yampa and White Rivers.
To take the survey, CLICK HERE.
We have developed this survey so individuals can help American Whitewater represent recreational interests in deciding what the future of the Yampa and White Rivers will look like. Our goal is to utilize information from the survey to help us quantify flow preferences for whitewater boating, which will identify the range of flows necessary to provide whitewater recreation experiences, from technical low water to challenging high water trips. The information will provide us with the data necessary to describe flow-dependant recreation experiences and to protect and manage flows for river-based recreational opportunities.
American Whitewater is working to identify the range of flows that support the full range of
boating opportunities for the main stem and tributaries of the Yampa and White Rivers. As part of
our Yampa River Project, we are working with the Colorado Water Conservation Board and the
Yampa-White roundtable to identify and define flows needed for whitewater boating throughout the
basin. Results of our assessment will inform future negotiations over water supply planning, and
resouce management actions.
Please encourage your fellow paddlers to participate in this study. The more responses we get the more robust our results will be. We will publish results of this survey for the benefit of paddlers with an interest in recreational opportunities on the Yampa and White Rivers.
AW launches Flow Study for Yampa River
March 3, 2011
Yampa River Found Suitable for Wild and Scenic River Designation (CO)
September 1, 2010
Help Protect the Yampa River - Colorado
September 30, 2010