Fact Sheet Apr 10, 2012

Park Friends of the Colorado River

Park Friends Fact Sheet (910 KB)

NPCA's Colorado River Program, launched in 2011, harnesses the iconic power of national parks, their broad public and political support, their capacity to engage and educate, as well as protect and improve the health of the land and water within which national parks reside.

As part of NPCA’s larger landscape conservation campaign, this program aims to expand the range of voices of those who love parks and care about the long term health of the rivers that run through them.

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