Clear Creek Watershed Conservation Projects Map

The Chapter has a long and proud history of working to restore, preserve and protect the Clear Creek watershed. Current activities include: Thermograph placements to track water temperature over time Mono-filament recycling stations Limnology, the testing for water clarity changes in high mountain lakes Restoration of native greenback trout River Read More …

Clear Creek Cleanups

WDTU co-sponsors biannual stream cleanups on Clear Creek. We partner with other TU Chapters, Jefferson County Open Space, and other groups interested in keeping Clear Creek clean. Clear Creek, a tributary of Colorado’s South Platte River, has headwaters at the continental divide near Loveland Pass and flows largely along the Read More …

Watershed Renewal

In March 2013, the Forest Service released High Peaks to Headwaters Watershed and Fisheries Restoration Environmental Assessment. This well-researched document guides WDTU’s conservation and restoration efforts in the Clear Creek watershed. For more information, contact WDTU’s Conservation Director, Keith Greenwell

Clear Creek Watershed Restoration

In March 2013, the Forest Service released High Peaks to Headwaters Watershed and Fisheries Restoration Environmental Assessment. This well-researched document guides WDTU’s conservation and restoration efforts in the Clear Creek watershed. For more information, contact WDTU’s Conservation Director, Keith Greenwell.

CSU Graduate Fellowship

WDTU sponsors an annual graduate student fellowship in the Warner College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University (CSU) in Fort Collins. WDTU provides an annual $4,000 fellowship to a student working toward a Master of Science degree. The student is chosen by a faculty committee. A requirement of the Read More …