Matching the hatch |

Matching the hatch

Kelley Cox Post Independent
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Kelley Cox, Post Independent | Glenwood Springs fourth grade students have teamed up with members of the Roaring Fork Conservancy throughout this school year to study watersheds, ecology and life zones. On Friday they all met at Veltus Park in Glenwood Springs for a day of fun educational activities such as making over-sized fishing flies using their knowledge of insect anatomy, feathers and pipe cleaners. Mondi Tonozzi was happy to show off her creation.

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