Low flow and hot, dry summers can be a challenging time for coldwater sportfish popular in renowned fisheries in the Colorado River watershed. Kendall Bakich, aquatic biologist with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, will discuss fish biology and how our favorite coldwater sportfish are impacted during hot, dry summers on Colorado’s western slope. She will also talk about how anglers are key to sustaining Colorado’s renowned fisheries for the long term.
Roaring Fork Conservancy is hosting this speaker as part of its Brooksher Watershed Institute, whose presentations address our most precious resource, water. We’ll discuss the most current water-related issues at the local, state and regional level, and provide opportunities for one-on-one dialogue with these water leaders.
Free to register, but registration is required to receive log in details.
RSVP to receive log in details at www.roaringfork.org/events