Fraser Flats Dedication


Please join Learning By Doing partners in a ceremony to dedicate its recently completed Fraser Flats River Habitat Project at 4 p.m. onWednesday, May 16, 2018.

Directions: From Highway 40 just south of Tabernash, turn east on County Road 83/Devil’s Thumb Road.  Parking for Fraser Flats is immediately to the left, with additional parking at the Sunset Ridge pond to the right.  Limited parking is available; carpooling is strongly encouraged.
Note: Waders or rain boots will be necessary to walk to the ceremony site in the meadow.
This project to restore and enhance the aquatic habitat on a 0.91-mile section of the Fraser River is a showcase of LBD’s collaborative effort that began last May when 143 community volunteers helped with revegetation along the river.  In August, our contractor, Freestone Aquatics, rechanneled the 0.91-mile section of river, adding instream habitat features to benefit river health.
On May 16, Learning By Doing will dedicate the project to the people of Grand County and the State of Colorado by opening 0.41 miles to public fishing.

LEARNING BY DOING (LBD) is a groundbreaking effort to manage an aquatic environment on a permanent cooperative basis. The purpose of LBD is to protect, restore and, where possible, enhance the aquatic environment of the headwaters of the Colorado River. Partners include: Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Colorado River Water Conservation District, Denver Water, Grand County, Middle Park Water Conservancy District, Northern Water and Trout Unlimited.
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