From the Summit Daily News (Julie Sutor):
Richardson took over as the local conservation organization’s executive director on March 30. In her new role, she will represent the nonprofit’s 150 dues-paying members in their efforts to protect the rural character and environmental values of the Lower Blue Valley, which stretches from Dillon Reservoir to the Colorado River near Kremmling…
Now among FLBR’s top issues is a proposal for improvements to Green Mountain Reservoir’s campground and boating facilities by the U.S. Forest Service. “We are really wanting to watch that whatever improvements are made at the reservoir are consistent with the Lower Blue Planning Commission and Friends of the Lower Blue objectives to preserve the rural character of the valley,” Richardson said.
More Blue River watershed coverage here.