As a watershed coalition, collaboration is key to success. We work with stakeholders including state and federal land management agencies, local non-profits, businesses and landowners to accomplish our mission of community collaboration. By utilizing collaboration and the best available science, we are able to effectively plan and implement projects in the watershed.
Citizen Science Program
We are launching a volunteer citizen science water quality monitoring program in the upper Cache la Poudre Watershed. This project is in partnership with the Rocky Mountain Research Station and Colorado State University.
Upper poudre science and technical committee
We meet on a regular basis with our Science & Technical Committee. The committee helps guide our plans, priorities and implementation projects in the upper watershed. Its open to anyone interested in contributing to our organization!
Landowner & Stakeholder OUtreach
We work closely with landowners to achieve landscape scale restoration goals across the entire watershed. We organize site visits with interested landowners and community members, hold community meetings & educational tours so the community can learn more about our work and the science behind what we do.
lower poudre steering committee
The Lower Poudre Steering Committee is made up of representatives from the City of Greeley, Town of Windsor, and Weld and Larimer Counties. We work with this committee to guide our work in the watershed east of I-25 to the confluence with the South Platte.