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Media resources for North Fork Valley, Colorado

The North Fork of the Gunnison River makes its way out of Colorado’s wild forests in the Thompson Divide area, through the fertile North Fork Valley, finally joining the mighty Gunnison River just after it roars out of Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park.

What's at stake: Locally referred to as the North Fork, this river emerges from some of Colorado’s most spectacular high-country wildlands and sustains a thriving farming and ranching community, including Colorado’s highest concentration of organic farms.

Threat: Oil and gas drilling

Media contact:
Tony Iallonardo
Director of Communications, Energy Communications
(202) 429-2699
[email protected]

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**Please credit The Wilderness Society for any and all uses of these video files.**

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