By Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Special to The SUN
Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is continuing its work to make southwest Colorado a center for native cutthroat trout restoration. The agency will start a reclamation project near the top of Wolf Creek Pass Sept. 11-13 to bring the native cold-water fish back to part of its native habitat.
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