The Partnership’s Vision
The Dolores River watershed is dominated by native vegetation, where the threats from tamarisk and other associated invasive species have been mitigated and the riparian areas of the watershed continue to become more naturally functioning, self-sustaining, diverse, and resilient over time.
Colorado Collaboration Award
In October of 2014, the Dolores River Restoration Partnership won the Colorado Collaboration Award given by the Colorado Nonprofit Association. Coalitions from all over the State of Colorado covering a broad range of topics competed and the DRRP won the award which includes a $50,000 cash prize You can read a news article here: