Colorado Secures Carbondale Ramp Access

One of Colorado’s busiest access ramps, on the Roaring Fork River in northwest Colorado, is back in official business after the state agreed to pay the owners $20,000 per year. “After months of negotiations followed by months of bureaucratic process, the Colorado Division of Wildlife and the owners of a popular boat ramp on the Roaring Fork River in Carbondale have signed a new lease.” Brent Gardner-Smith in the Aspen Daily News.

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