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Protecting the Free-Flowing Yampa River from Powerful Industries (CO) Fey, Nathan. (Jan/Feb 2010). American Whitewater, V. 50, No. 1. P. 13
Abstract: The article focuses on the efforts to protect the Yampa River in Colorado from prominent industries. The author reports that the free-flowing Yampa River is in the center of a three-way struggle between oil and gas interests, clean water for cities, and conservation advocates. The Shell Oil Company has filed for the rights to divert a significant amount of water from the Yampa which would be stored in a massive reservoir for future oil shale mining.