Access reports, studies and find our meeting schedule, along with much more information about the river and stream system within the state.
The Land Management Department works to ensure Pitkin County's compliance with the Colorado Noxious Weed Act by implementing the Pitkin County Weed Management Plan and providing outreach services to county landowners.
Our riparian areas are threatened by numerous plant species that are not native to the Rocky Mountains.
Find a list of projects we are working on for 2014 and 2015 and the project pictures and details.
There are many things that we can do on a daily basis to conserve water, leaving more in our streams and rivers for recreation, wildlife and the overall health of our environment.
Many properties within Pitkin County contain wetlands, especially those along streams, rivers, lakes and ponds.