Dolores River gets a D- by Conservation Colorado

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Dolores River gets a D- by Conservation Colorado

Low flows from McPhee Dam need improvement; reservoir managers point to progress
Native fish on the Lower Dolores River use deep pools like this one to seek refuge during drought.
Snaggletooth Rapid came alive the past two years after whitewater releases from McPhee Dam.
The Dolores River snakes through canyons below McPhee Dam.
Biologist David Graf takes a measurement during this year’s whitewater release.

Dolores River gets a D- by Conservation Colorado

Native fish on the Lower Dolores River use deep pools like this one to seek refuge during drought.
Snaggletooth Rapid came alive the past two years after whitewater releases from McPhee Dam.
The Dolores River snakes through canyons below McPhee Dam.
Biologist David Graf takes a measurement during this year’s whitewater release.
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