CRNHA sponsors the re-installation of the Site of Fort Selden Historical Marker on Highway 6 East.

The NPS National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Program with assistance from Cane River National Heritage Area, Inc. (CRNHA) will present part one of a two-part webinar series on cultural heritage program development around underground railroad sites and stories.

Cane River Creole NHP and CRNHA seek proposals for ethnographic research regarding the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail in Louisiana.

The National Environmental Education Foundation awards grant to CRNHA.

Grand Ecore, Culinary Demonstrations, Native American Cooking

Cane River National Heritage Area, Inc. (CRNHA) and the US Army Corps of Engineers Grand Ecore Visitors Center are proud to announce the upcoming lecture series “Welcome Home.” This series will focus on the ways in which the unique communities of the Cane River region preserve their familial and cultural bonds in the modern world.

Check back for the next meeting soon.

Cane River National Heritage Area in northwestern Louisiana is a largely rural, agricultural landscape known for its historic plantations, its distinctive Creole architecture, and its multi-cultural legacy. Historically this region lay at the intersection of French and Spanish realms in the New World. Today it is home to a unique blend of cultures, including French, Spanish, African, American Indian, and Creole.

Cane River Journal

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