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New Inspiring and Fun Video Explains River Restoration

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A more diverse and healthy Cache la Poudre river is a lasting conservation legacy for the Fort Collins community, the river and the river's wildlife.  River restoration is underway right now and you are part of this inspirational work! See the 3 minute video here.

Since 2011 the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas Department and its partners have been leaders in restoring and revitalizing the Cache la Poudre River through downtown Fort Collins and beyond. Now, after years of planning and federal permitting, the Natural Areas Department and its partners have completed three major river restoration projects. This video-short produced by Roothouse Studio of Boulder, CO, reveals the case for river restoration through real photos, time-lapse photography, and video animation.

Please forward the video to your friends, family, and others who like you, value the Cache la Poudre River! You can learn more about the restoration projects at North Shields Ponds and McMurry natural areas' websites.

 

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