Welcome to the website of the Cache la Poudre Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR). Please enjoy your visit to these pages as you explore and learn more about who we are, what we do, how to join us, our patriot ancestors, and resources to celebrate patriotism, promote historical preservation, champion education, and research your own family history. Additional information about us can be found on the website of the Colorado State Society, NSDAR, and the National Society.

Our Name

In 1836, an early snowstorm forced a band of trappers to hide extra powder and supplies by a stream before trying to cross the mountains. Returning in the spring to find their cache safe, they gratefully named the stream Cache la Poudre. A granite marker was placed on August 1, 1910, by the Cache la Poudre Chapter to mark the naming of the river, the chapter’s namesake.


Membership inquiries can be made using our Contact Us form or visit the Colorado State Society, NSDAR, website or the National Society membership page.