Our most sincere thanks to the dedicated volunteers, teachers, partners, and donors who made our work possible!
"It's pretty much common sense that if you have a successful community around a business, you're more likely to continue that success," Portra said.
CCA was honored to participate in the inaugural West By West West (WXWW) music festival in Fruita, CO. We had a blast and hope you did too!
This fall, CCA turned the National Conservation Areas into hands-on, outdoor classrooms for nearly 1,000 students in our communities!
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This fall CCA took two groups of high school students - one from Delta High School and the other from Central High School in GJ - on overnight rafting trips to learn about river sports, Colorado history, and ecology.
For nearly a decade, 6th grade students from Delta County have gathered at Cottonwood Grove campground to learn about the web of life that connects the Gunnison River to us all.
CCA Executive Director, Joe Neuhof, helps to highlight the financial contributions of non-profits in Mesa County...
Project looks to restore damaged section of the river to natural state...
A group of volunteers set off downriver from the Loma boat ramp on Saturday morning in order to collect trash from one of the most well-used local stretches of the Colorado River...