River Watch 30 Year Celebration

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Donating to CO River Watch helps ensure we keep monitoring your rivers, sponsors schools, and provides valuable water education to our youth.

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        River Watch is operated by River Science, a Section 501(c) (3) charitable organization, EIN 81-1950889. All donations are deemed tax-deductible absent any limitations on deductibility applicable to a particular taxpayer.

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        Trish | $50

        Megan McConville

        So close to he finish line. Thank you to everyone who donated on behalf real people who do amazing real science that makes a real difference everyday!

        Gail and Kurt Keeley | $50


        If it wasn't for RW, I wouldn't be where I am today professionally! Thank you River Watch for giving me the opportunity to help you grow in the early years and for helping me grow for the rest of my life! I never miss an opportunity to talk RW up!

        Christopher Hill

        Why is River Watch important? Getting kids outdoors. Getting kids involved in science. Gathering important environmental data. Next question.

        Rebecca | $30


        Lynnae & Nick Potyok | $60

        To Megan! Thanks for being such a fearless leader in the fight for a better planet :)

        Realino Buragay | $50

        Andrew | $100

        Ryan Unterreiner | $100

        I've seen RiverWatch data put to really good use when trying to describe and understand the impacts of the Gold King Mine spill and the 416 Fire in Durango. Now the EPA is using the historic dataset to inform decisions on legacy mine cleanups in the Upper Animas. This work is so valuable.

        Rhonda Francescatti

        Michael Wilde | $100

        This real stuff! Creating future citizens and stewards now!

        Headwaters Alliance, Creede CO

        Municipal Treatment Equipment | $500

        George Welsh | $50

        Thomas Haller

        Mark Boileau | $100

        Keep up the good work!

        Henry Robinson

        Thank you for all you do to keep our rivers safe

        Brent Sutherland

        Lacy Gentry | $30

        I love River Watch! What an amazing program, I am so honored to support it!

        Stanley Feeney

        Keep up the great work!

        Stephanie Bopp | $100


        Lingua Logica LLC | $1,000

        Chad Rudow

        Here's to 30 years of great work, and many more years to come!

        Kaaren & Greg Bell | $100

        Peter Butler | $100


        I worked with Barb Horn on the Colorado Non Point Source Task Force when Barb was trying to get this program up and running many years ago. Barb has put so much of her time, effort and life into this marvelous program. This is such a unique program that allows students to get hands on learning that can be a benefit to them for the rest of their life. It also provides state decision makers with valuable information to maintain or improve the states waters. It also provides a huge benefit to every citizen living in or visiting are beautiful Rocky Mountain State of Colorado by helping to protect the water resources which we are so blessed to have. Thanks to all for your continuing efforts.

        Bradley Boileau | $350

        Shoutout to the people who donated at the Training in Cedaredge, thank you all so much!