Cache la Poudre National Heritage Area Film Debut
Described by many as both wild and majestic, the Cache la Poudre River has been an essential part of life in Northern Colorado and has played a significant role in the development of water law in the Western United States.
Among the first to be established west of the Mississippi, Congress designated the Cache la Poudre River Corridor as a National Heritage Area â€śto provide for the interpretationâ€¦of the unique and significant contributions to our national heritage of cultural and historic lands, waterways and structures within the Corridor.â€ť
In its recent history, the Poudre witnessed the evolution of highly sophisticated water storage and delivery systems. The film uses historic as well as current photos to highlight the beauty and historical significance of the area.
Join us on Thursday, Sept. 21 at 5:30 p.m. in the Cherokee Park Ballroom of the Lory Student Center for Dr. Susan Boyle's presentation of this landmark film.
Free and open to the public.Â Refreshments to follow.
This program is proudly sponsored by Friends of the Colorado State University Libraries, presenting programs for CSU and the community that enrich, educate, and entertain.
For more information or to join Friends, contact Becky Reeve 970.491.1833 (Becky.Reeve@Colostate.edu).
|Calendar Name:||All University Events Calendar|
|Start Time:||05:30 PM|
|Event Begins On:||Thursday, September 21, 2006|
|Event Ends On:||Thursday, September 21, 2006|
|Submitter's Name:||Judea Franck|