Hi Poudre River Lovers! Did you see the Poudre River on TV Yesterday? Channel 7 in Denver did a profile of Save The Poudre's work to protect the Poudre River in northern Colorado. We told them the story point-blank: The Northern Integrated Supply Project would further drain and destroy the Poudre River, and it must be stopped! Yesterday, we also sent you a fundraising email letting you know that it's "Go Time" for our efforts to fight this massive river-draining dam project in court. It's been 15 years, but 2018 will be the year where we need to raise as much money as possible to plan and carry out our legal work. You've stayed with us for 15 years, and now it's time to run through the tape to the finish line. Can you please donate to Save The Poudre today? Click here to donate online. We are working hard! And we will work even harder with your support! Thank you! Gary Wockner Director, Save The Poudre
June 22, 7:00pm
Lincoln Center, Magnolia Room
Tickets $10 here: https://www.lctix.com/john-fielder
Please join legendary Colorado nature photographer, John Fielder, in celebrating the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. John will showcase some of this wonderful photography on the big screen in the Magnolia Theater, including photos of the Dolores River, Yampa River, and our own
Cache la Poudre River. The Wild and Scenic Rivers Act was created by Congress in 1968 and now includes 208 sections of rivers across the U.S. The Cache la Poudre River is the only designated Wild and Scenic River in the state of Colorado. Save The Poudre is hosting John Fielder to celebrate the anniversary and the Cache la Poudre’s unique Wild and Scenic status.
John Fielder has worked tirelessly to promote the protection of Colorado’s environment during his 35-year career as a nature photographer and publisher. His photography has influenced people and legislation, earning him recognition including the Sierra Club’s Ansel Adams Award in 1993 and, in 2011, the Aldo Leopold Foundation’s first Achievement Award given to an individual. Over 40 books have been published depicting his Colorado photography. He teaches photography workshops to adults and children, and his latest books are and Wildflowers of Colorado and A Colorado Winter. He lives in Summit County, Colorado. 30% of proceeds to benefit Save the Poudre. Information about John and his work can be found at johnfielder.com.