October 2021 Newsletter

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October News includes:

  • A Special Opportunity to Triple Your Impact
  • Save the Date for CPI’s 2022 Conference!
  • R&R Market Receives DOLA Main Street ‘Open for Business’ Grant
  • CPI Receives Conditional Grant from Heritage Area for Garcia Ranch Adobe Potato Barn
  • Progress to Restore Concrete Cellar at Ludlow Tent Colony Massacre Site
  • Town of Saguache Loses Long-Time Leader and Advocate May Engquist
  • Friends of Raymer to host John Fielder Book Signing for Weld County
  • New Report Highlights Massive Economic Benefits of Archaeology in Colorado
  • Dawn DiPrince Appointed Colorado’s State Historic Preservation Officer
  • Iconic Schmid Family Ranch Needs Help to Save Historic Buildings
  • The Necropolis Politic Symposium – Online Opportunity

Read the full newsletter online here.

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