RiverRestoration

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Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 947-9568
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Bend, OR Whitewater Park Soon to Open!

KBND
The Daily Astorian
The Bulletin
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Meet Jason

Summit Daily
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Elkader, Iowa welcomes its visitors and its future

The Gazette, Elkader, Iowa
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Gore Canyon Whitewater Race makes rapid return

Sky Hi Daily News
Summit Daily

After a successful grand opening of the Gore Canyon Whitewater Park on July 13, RiverRestoration Landscape Designer, Hattie Johnson, learned that no one was planning on putting together a race on Gore Canyon, an event that has almost 25 years of history. This being the first season with the whitewater park at Pumphouse it seemed important that the tradition continue. The race in the past has been open only to the experts of Colorado whitewater. With the whitewater park bridging the gap, GoreFest now has events for everyone. Register here: GoreFest Registration
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Columbus, Nebraska: Whitewater park plan takes next step, many more remain

Columbus Telegram
Columbus News Team
Last week RiverRestoration performed an inital site visit of the Tailrace Park in Columbus, NE to determine the conceptual level of feasibility of a whitewater park at the site. The site visit was followed by a public forum to inform residents on what the goals of the proposed project were and to listen to any concerns. Enhancing the safety of the tailrace to potentially create a continuous paddle trail into the Platte River as well as improving the safety and accessibility of the existing park are the main intentions of the project. The Columbus Whitewater Park is for the enjoyment of all residents and visitors.
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Sioux Falls, SD: Whitewater park one step closer

Argus Leader, Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Last week RiverRestoration visited 5 site around Sioux Falls, SD to determine the feasibility of a whitewater park somewhere on the Big Sioux. All of the chosen site were within city managed parks. Tuesday we met with the Parks and Recreation Department to keep them up to date on the status of the project. The next step is compiling an opportunities and constraints report so the members of the Sioux Falls Whitewater board can determine how to best move forward.
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