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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The Poudre River meets the South Platte River, one of two tributaries of the Platte River, at its confluence just east of Greeley, Colorado. As the Poudre River flows into the South Platte River, water continues its flow towards Nebraska and is a principal source of water for eastern Colorado. The South Platte was originally called Niinéniiniicíihéhe by the native Arapaho people who lived on its banks. The early Spanish explorers called it the Rio Chato (calm river).

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February 19, 2020

Volunteer of the Month: Deborah Shulman

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.