Bringing our river legacy to life!

Welcome to the Cache la Poudre River
National Heritage Area


PROMOTE a variety of historical and cultural opportunities.
ENGAGE people in their river corridor.
INSPIRE learning, preservation, and stewardship.

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Join us July 21st, one week from today, for a very unique Webinar: After 100 Years Native Women Still Face Barriers Voting, featuring a panel of all Native American women. Space is limited! To register for the July 21st webinar please visit:

About the Webinar: "This year many will celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote with the 19th Amendment. However, it did not grant all women the right to vote. Women of color, and specifically Native American women, were excluded from the protections of the 19th Amendment. Barriers to this right continue even to this day. In this panel, featuring all Native American women, we will be discussing how Native peoples were denied the right to citizenship and voting rights, and how the legacies of these injustices are still impacting Native communities today."

Thank you to our friends at Colorado State University Native American Cultural Center for co-organizing the panel and many thanks to National Park Foundation for generously funding our "Lifting Voices from the Shadows" project, which supports this webinar series and the recording of Northern Arapaho women's oral histories.

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July 1, 2020

Learning in Our Watershed Solo Field Trips – Call for Educators!

Our Mission

The Poudre Heritage Alliance serves the Cache la Poudre River National Heritage Area, providing current and future generations the opportunity to understand and celebrate the area by careful planning and facilitation of educational programs and related amenities in collaboration with residents, private sector and government entities.