Important 2015 Dates|
Mark your 2015 calendar with these dates: Volunteer Recruiting Open House March 20 and Volunteer Training April 10-11.
Through November 2, 2014, the Anasazi Heritage Center features a special exhibit that blends science, history, and art to promote understanding of the mountain lion and its long, historic relationship with people. Developed by the Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College with the Colorado Parks and Wildlife, this exhibit addresses the growing issue of human encounters with mountain lions.
Use this link to access the various programs offered by the non-profit San Juan Mountains Association, Durango, CO: http://www.sjma.org/education/classes/members%20lecture.htm
Visit a Puebloan Feast
History Project Award
Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) is the 2013 recipient of History Colorado's prestigious Caroline Bancroft History Project Award.
CRIA received this award in recognition of its work in having Chimney Rock designated a national monument.
The Caroline Bancroft award is named for the Colorado historian and is given annually by History Colorado to an individual, organization, or museum that has contributed to public awareness, interest, or involvement in Colorado history or to its advancement.
In making their selection for the award, the Miles and Bancroft awards committee noted CRIA's efforts had "spurred new visibility and publicity" and "shows what a highly dedicated group of volunteers can do!"