Partnerships We Coordinate

RiversEdge West is leading three riparian restoration partnerships that are interrupting invasive plant infestation trends and returning riparian corridors to diverse and resilient ecosystems.​
The Desert Rivers Collaborative encompasses portions of the Colorado and Gunnison Rivers in western Colorado
The White River Partnership focuses on the White River through northeastern Utah and northwestern Colorado
The Dolores River Restoration Partnership spans 170 miles of the Dolores River in Colorado and Utah
​As the driving force behind these four public and private, multi-stakeholder river restoration partnerships, we promote cross-boundary, ecosystem-wide restoration approaches that employ a landscape-scale perspective. Our leadership brings resource managers and communities together to address common challenges, leverage resources, build capacity, and collectively implement riparian restoration actions in a way that promotes stewardship and long-term success.  
"Partners In Conservation (PIC) is a small, rural non-profit in southern Nevada; RiversEdge West (REW) has been generously available to our organization as we have endeavored to initiate, plan, develop, and implement restoration projects along the Virgin River. REW staff has always been available for support, to answer 'how do we do this', to provide mentoring and guidance, plus their many publications and outstanding website(s) are a continual and constant source of information and scientific analysis of what works, what doesn't. REW is an integral part of any of our restoration success along the Virgin River."
-Elise McAllister, Partners In Conservation

RiversEdge West's

mission is to advance the restoration of riparian lands through collaboration, education, and technical assistance.