CPRW and partners receive the 2016 Larimer County Environmental Stewardship Award 

In 2015, CPRW partnered with The Nature Conservancy, Larimer County Conservation Corps, Wildland Restoration Volunteers & the Ben Delatour Scout Ranch to form the Elkhorn Creek Forest Health Initiative (ECFHI). The ECFHI is a collaborative effort that aims to reduce the negative impacts of catastrophic wildfires to protect forest health, water supplies, and communities. The ECFHI also seeks to build the capacity to reduce wildfire risk work by training volunteers and youth to implement wildfire mitigation safely and effectively.  Every year, the Larimer County Environmental Advisory Board and Larimer County Commissioners recognize the innovative and proactive environmental efforts of county residents, businesses, organizations and/or agencies through the Environmental Stewardship work. Thanks to the Scout Ranch for nominating our group and Larimer County for recognizing our efforts with this award! 


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CPRW News and Events


Wildfires in the West- landscapes in transition 

Join CPRW for a panel discussion on changing wildfire patterns in the west and ways to address the issues on a local scale. Panel speakers include Michael Kodas, award winning photo-journalist & writer, and author of "Megafire: The Race to Extinguish a Deadly Epidemic of Flame;" Dr. Tony Cheng, Professor and Director of the Colorado Forest Restoration Institute at Colorado State University; and Bryan Karchut, Fire and Aviation Staff Officer for the Arapaho Roosevelt National Forest and Pawnee National Grasslands.

The panel will be held on
Tuesday, November 14 from 5:30-7:00 pm at Avogadro's Number. Doors open at 5:00 pm. The event is free and open to the public. 



Science & Technical Committee Meeting 

We have postponed our all-day workshop that was originally scheduled for Tuesday, November 28. The workshop will be rescheduled for sometime in January 2018.

We are still holding a normal stakeholder meeting on November 28, but it will in the afternoon from
2pm-4pm at the Innosphere Building in the North Conference Room.  The meeting will followed by a holiday party to celebrate the year and to thank you for your support of CPRW! To RSVP, please email Weston here


Stay tuned for the 2018 meeting schedule in our December newsletter. 




Give where you live & support CPRW!


Colorado Gives Day

Mark your calendars here for Colorado Gives Day! 

Support CPRW this year on
Tuesday, December 5, and help us reach our goal of raising $1,500 on Colorado Gives Day! From November 1-December 5, you can schedule your donation to CPRW which helps us continue to improve and maintain the ecological health of the Poudre river watershed through community collaboration for years to come. 

Click the DONATE NOW button below to schedule your donation!





Planning on some Cyber Monday Shopping?
This year when you're shopping for holiday gifts on Amazon, don't forget to shop through Amazon Smile instead and choose CPRW! It's an easy and convenient way to always support us. Simply go to, search for the Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed (or click the below photo) and 0.5% of your purchase price will go to CPRW!





News & Events Around the Watershed 


Survey: Citizen Science in Colorado's Watersheds
Please take a few moments to fill out this survey on the efficacy of citizen science for monitoring streams in Colorado watersheds. This is a part of the dissertation research of a student from the University of Exeter in the UK. She is investigating the interest and motivation of members of the public to participate in citizen science projects. 




Upcoming Slash Pile Burns 
The Colorado Department of Natural Resources, in cooperation with the Division of Fire Prevention and Control and with the support of the Colorado State Forest Service, will be burning slash piles on several parcels of state trust land in northwest Larimer County this fall and winter. Burning operations will occur as weather and snow conditions permit, and could begin next month. Click here for more information. 






Winter is just around the corner in the Poudre watershed...we hope you all enjoy the remainder of fall & Happy Thanksgiving!




The Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed (CPRW) complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 guidelines. Ensuring the public’s access to and participating in public meetings is a priority of the CPRW. In the event you are in need of a reasonable accommodation in order to attend or participate in a public meeting conducted by the CPRW, please call Hally Strevey at 970-222-5754 or email within 3 days before the scheduled meeting date in order to allow the Coalition to better accommodate your request. CPRW does not provide assistance or contract with a person or entity that discriminates based on disability.


Larimer County 2014 Environmental Stewardship Award
CPRW press release LaCoaward.pdf
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Recovery and Preparedness Information Bulletin
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CPRW hired Jennifer Kovecses as the Executive Director.  Please see the press release for more information.  

press release ED 2_13_2014_final.pdf
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Contact Us

Jennifer Kovecses

320 E. Vine Drive, Suite 213

Fort Collins, CO 80524


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