Dolores River Restoration Project

Get Involved!

There are a number of ways to engage in the Dolores River Restoration Partnership and we’re always looking for new perspectives and people willing to roll their sleeves up to help meet our shared restoration goals. Learn more about DRRP >>

There are many options for becoming involved in the partnership. For instance:

  • Private landowners interested in resources available to support restoring your riparian property along the Dolores River - please contact Daniel Oppenheimer at
  • Schools, service groups, and individuals interested in joining our next volunteer event - please contact Mike Wight at
  • Private contractors seeking work opportunities - attend a partnership meeting and get to know some of the partners and the work we’re doing; contact the Implementation Subcommittee Chair with specific questions (Daniel Oppenheimer, 970-256-7400,, and sign up with the federal contractors registry (
  • If you would like to join one of the subcommittees, reach out to the primary contacts called out in the subcommittee webpages found in the left-hand menu.

If you would like to learn more about the DRRP, you have a few options:

  • Explore this website, which provides information about our key accomplishments, partnership resources, information from our biannual meetings, and more.
  • Join the DRRP email list to receive the partnership e-newsletter and important updates, including about upcoming workshops and training opportunities. If you would like to be added, please contact, Marsha Porter-Norton,  or 970-247-8306.
  • Attend one of the DRRP bi-annual partnership meetings.
  • The facilitator for the group is Marsha Porter-Norton,  or 970-247-8306. Please email or call her to be included in the email tree.