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Colorado River Water Watch Network
The Colorado Division of Wildlife (CDOW) developed an exciting and far-reaching program that involves middle/junior high and high school students and their teachers in protecting the quality of Colorado rivers. Called "Rivers of Colorado Water Watch Network" (ROCWWN), or "River Watch", the program links education with environmental protection in a meaningful, hands-on project for Colorado students.
Colorado Wetlands Program
The purpose of our Wetlands Program is to protect wetlands and wetland-dependent wildlife through incentives and other voluntary means. For the purpose of this wetland program, protection means the use of some or all of the following tools: restoration, management; purchase of conservation easements or fee titles by land trusts, private landowners, non-government organizations or government agencies (such as, county and municipal open space programs, Division of Parks, or Division of Wildlife).
Fishing is Fun in Colorado
The Fishing Is Fun Program continues as a major cooperative effort to enhance Colorado's fishing resources.Ê This unique program involves local communities in a three-way partnership with the Colorado Division of Wildlife and Federal Sportfish Restoration Act monies.
Fishy Games for Kids
We sure believe fishing is funtastic here in Colorado. We hope you do, too! Fishing gives you a chance to enjoy nature and have fun with others. Anyone can learn to fish! These games can help you learn new fishing terms and will even help you cast better!
Nearshore Finfish Profiles
Profiles of nearshore finfish species.
Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program
Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program is a partnership of public and private organizations working to recover these endangered species while allowing continued and future water development.