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Lawsuit filed to stop diversion of Green River upstream from Dinosaur NMon, other PAs

Born high in the Wind River Range of Wyoming, the Green River flows south out of the state and into Utah and over to Colorado, where it soon slips into Dinosaur National Monument. For nearly 60 miles the river bucks and jumps and flows, creating one of the best white-water experiences in the West, before leaving the monument.


Further downstream, and back in Utah, the Green merges with the Colorado River and passes through Canyonlands National Park, again creating a phenomenal white-water experience, before emptying into Lake Powell at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.


https://www.nationalparkstraveler.org/2019/03/groups-file-lawsuit-prevent-diversion-green-river



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