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Did you see the Poudre River on TV Yesterday?

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

The NISP “Final Environmental Impact Statement” is coming

Hi Poudre River Lovers!

After 15 years, it appears the “Final Environmental Impact Statement” for NISP will be released in May or June. We have word from the City of Fort Collins that the timeline is likely, and so we need to gear up!

We have a team of scientists and attorneys who standing by to sink their teeth into the documents. We’ve been at it for 15 years, and we’re just getting warmed up! We also ask all of you — our AMAZING supporters — to also gear up! We will need volunteers to help review the document, and we will need funding to help pay scientific experts.

Stay tuned for more updates!

Gary Wockner
Director, Save The Poudre

PARTY TIME: Join Us At Save The Poudre’s End-Of-Year Party, Dec. 4th

Hi Poudre River Lovers!

Please join us on Dec. 4th for our year-end party! We will update you on all of our work, tell you what happened this year, and what’s going to happen next year with our almost-15 year fight against the Northern Integrated Supply Project.

In addition, our guest speaker will be former Fort Collins City Councilmember and Sierra Club Raconteur Alan Apt who has a new book out. Published by the Colorado Mountain Club and titled, Ski and Snowshoe Routes on Colorado’s Front Range, the book describes and maps the best routes all along the Front Range mountains all within easy driving distance of Larimer County. Alan will also generously donate a portion of book sales to Save The Poudre at the event! Alan has a great slideshow, and his book might make a perfect holiday gift for a snow-loving friend or family member.

WHERE: AVOGADRO’S NUMBER, 605 S. Mason Street, Fort Collins
WHEN: MONDAY, DEC. 4th, 5:30pm – 7:30pm

Please click thru to the Facebook event to let us know you’re coming here:



Welcome to our new website!

Hi Poudre River Lovers!

At the end of Nov. 2017, we launched this new website! We believe it will be easier, faster, and more mobile for you all to stay in touch with us and learn what we are doing. Stay tuned over the next few weeks as we finalize it.

And thank you for your support!

Gary Wockner
Executive Director
Save The Poudre

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