Support Poudre Heritage Alliance on Colorado Gives Day!
There are two weeks left until Colorado Gives Day! This state-wide day of giving on Dec. 8th unites all Coloradans in a common goal to strengthen the state’s nonprofits by…Read More
PHA Welcomes New Project Coordinator
The Poudre Heritage Alliance (PHA) is excited to welcome Linden Pearsall as our new Project Coordinator. A local to Massachusetts, Linden graduated in 2020 with a degree in Hospitality Tourism…Read More
2019 Annual Report Now Available!
As we look back retrospectively at 2019, we realize what a wonderful and fun year it was for the Poudre Heritage Alliance and the Cache la Poudre River National Heritage…Read More
New Program: Study Outdoors, Learn Outdoors (SOLO) Field Trips
The PHA’s new “Study Outdoors, Learn Outdoors” (SOLO) field trips provide students with the opportunity for a self-guided learning adventure within the Cache la Poudre River National Heritage Area. Local…Read More
Lifting Voices from the Shadows on Indigenous Peoples Day
Happy Indigenous Peoples Day! Join us today, and every day, in honoring the Native American tribes that occupied the lower Cache la Poudre valley in northern Colorado for thousands of…Read More
Virtual Poudre Pour Happy Hour – Sept. 25
The Poudre Heritage Alliance (PHA) is hosting a virtual Poudre Pour Happy Hour – an educational celebration of the Cache la Poudre River – on Friday, September 25, 2020 from…Read More
Celebrate Success: National Heritage Area’s 2019 Impact Numbers
Photo: The Cumbres & Toltec zooms along the tracks in the Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area in southern Colorado, one of 55 National Heritage Areas in the United States….Read More
Intern Spotlight: Bekah Schields
We are excited to welcome Rebekah “Bekah” Schields to our staff as a Programs Intern! Bekah comes to us through the Stewards Program run by Conservation Legacy, which “provides individuals…Read More
“Lifting Voices from the Shadows” – Fay Soldier Wolf interview
The “Lifting Voices from the Shadows” project is an opportunity for Northern Arapaho women, like Fay Soldier Wolf featured in this video, to share their personal experiences with voting, both…Read More
Press Release: To Commemorate the Centennial of the 19th Amendment, Poudre Heritage Alliance Receives Women in Parks Grant from the National Park Foundation
NEWS RELEASE August 18, 2020 For immediate release; for more information, contact: Megan Maiolo-Heath, Communications Coordinator Poudre Heritage Alliance 970.295.4851 firstname.lastname@example.org To Commemorate the Centennial of the 19th…Read More
Poudre RiverFest Going Virtual – Aug 24-29, 2020
Join us for the VIRTUAL Poudre RiverFest! You’re invited to virtually experience and celebrate the Cache la Poudre River during the Poudre RiverFest starting Monday, August 24th thru Saturday, August 29th….Read More
Happy National Women’s Suffrage Month!
Photo: Yufna Soldier Wolf, member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe and tribal historian, is partnering with the Poudre Heritage Alliance to help collect oral histories from Northern Arapaho women. Happy…Read More
Upcoming Webinar: After 100 Years Native Women Still Face Barriers Voting as First Americans
This year many will celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote with the 19th Amendment. Passed by Congress in August of 1920, this amendment ended nearly 100 years…Read More
Learning in Our Watershed Solo Field Trips – Call for Educators!
To Our Local Educators: Even if classrooms or buses are closed this school year due to the pandemic, the Poudre Heritage Alliance still wants local students to have the opportunity…Read More
New Heritage Trail Connects Sites Throughout the Cache la Poudre River National Heritage Area, Starting with Poudre River Whitewater Park
(Pictured: Bikers on the Poudre River Trail ride past the new Heritage Trail Gateway located at the Poudre River Whitewater Park in Fort Collins, Colorado.) The Poudre Heritage Alliance (PHA),…Read More
Intern Spotlight: Leslie Moore
We are excited to welcome Leslie Moore to our staff as a program intern! Leslie comes to us through the Stewards Program run by Conservation Legacy, which “provides individuals with…Read More
Interview: “Lifting Voice from the Shadows” Oral History Project
The Poudre Heritage Alliance (PHA), nonprofit managing entity of the Cache la Poudre River National Heritage Area (CALA), is collaborating with the Northern Arapaho tribe, Colorado State University’s Native American…Read More
Guest Blog: PHA Grant Helps Give UNC Students Practical Skills & Experience in Water Quality Monitoring
by Alexi Richmond, UNC Undergraduate in Earth Sciences (Class of 2020) The opportunity to do field work in an undergrad degree is varied and not many students get to assist…Read More
Play It Safe on the Poudre River!
As the Colorado snowpack starts to melt and rivers and streams across the state begin to rise, its important to remember to Play It Safe on the Poudre! The Cache la…Read More