The Ridge Report is the bi-annual newsletter created by the Friends of Dinosaur Ridge. These newsletters feature reports, a calendar of events, articles on new discoveries, and interesting prehistoric creatures. The most recent Ridge Report can be found below and read as a low-resolution PDF.
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See the Friends of Dinosaur Ridge’s discoveries, preservation, and education efforts in the spotlight! We are always adding to this list. Check back often for updates.
Recent Press Coverage
“Group proposes enclosed space to cover, preserve tracks at Dinosaur Ridge” : Canyon Courier
“Rare Raptor Track Unveiled at Dinosaur Ridge” : Golden Transcript, Lakewood Sentinel, Arvada Press
“Adventurers put Kemmerer on their bucket list” : Kemmerer Gazette
“Dinosaur Ridge Visitor Center’s future still uncertain as dust settles over development” : The Denver Post Your Hub
“DBJ & 9News 9Neighborhoods: Morrison, where dinosaurs walked and musicians flock” : Denver Business Journal
“World’s Best Spots for Dinosaur Fans” : Fodors.com
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