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Letter: Grant helps Conservancy, community

Roaring Fork Conservancy thanks the Thrift Shop of Aspen for awarding a grant for our Watershed Education Program. This continued support enables the conservancy to engage local students in water- and river-related field trips year-round. Their grant program is an important element to enriching our community overall. Thank you for believing in our mission and partnering with us to inspire people to explore, value and protect the Roaring Fork Watershed.

Liza Mitchell

Education and Outreach Coordinator, Basalt


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