Yampa River Workshop


A five-day exploration of the last free-flowing tributary to the Colorado River system, focused on observing, synthesizing, and writing about change. Hosted by William DeBuys, award-winning author, conservationist, and Pulitzer Prize finalist.

Cultivate and refine your knowledge of the themes, techniques, and styles of various nonfiction and environmental writers. / Consider the history of the region and will discuss the notion of Dinosaur National Park as the “birthplace of the hydraulic West.” / Analyze the effects and implications of climate change in the American West. / Explore the Yampa River corridor and the nuances of its associated ecosystems, human histories, and the contemporary challenges and issues facing the region.

The Yampa River Workshop will feature daily craft lectures from William, generative exercises, workshopping sessions, and ample opportunities for discussion.

For more information: http://freeflowinstitute.com/2020-yampa-workshop/

To register, please send a message of inquiry to info@freeflowinstitute.com.