Montezuma, Dolores counties renew debate over conservation status for Dolores River

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Montezuma, Dolores counties renew debate over conservation status for Dolores River

Montezuma warns Dolores against seeking federal status for river
The Dolores River flows from the McPhee Dam. Commissioners from Montezuma and Dolores counties met at Bubba’s in Lewis recently to debate the pros and cons of a National Conservation Area on the Dolores River.
Commissioners from Montezuma and Dolores counties met at Bubba’s in Lewis to debate the pros and cons of a National Conservation Area on the Dolores River. Members of the public were also invited.
The Dolores River snakes through canyons below McPhee Dam. One idea to protect the area is to create a National Conservation Area.

Montezuma, Dolores counties renew debate over conservation status for Dolores River

The Dolores River flows from the McPhee Dam. Commissioners from Montezuma and Dolores counties met at Bubba’s in Lewis recently to debate the pros and cons of a National Conservation Area on the Dolores River.
Commissioners from Montezuma and Dolores counties met at Bubba’s in Lewis to debate the pros and cons of a National Conservation Area on the Dolores River. Members of the public were also invited.
The Dolores River snakes through canyons below McPhee Dam. One idea to protect the area is to create a National Conservation Area.
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