USFS, Lake County, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife are teaming up to improve aquatic habitat along Lake Fork Creek — Coyote Gulch

From the US Forest Service via The Leadville Herald: A popular dispersed-camping area located west of Leadville on Lake Fork Creek downstream of Turquoise Lake and County Road 4 will benefit from a major restoration project developed by the USDA Forest Service, Lake County, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife. The project, which was to start […]

via USFS, Lake County, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife are teaming up to improve aquatic habitat along Lake Fork Creek — Coyote Gulch

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