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Horsetooth and Carter Cleanup volunteer events included in LCDNR fall celebration

Larimer County Department of Natural Resources
Larimer County Department of Natural Resources (LCDNR) invites the community to join them in September to celebrate 30 years of National Public Lands Day, all month. With the community's help, LCDNR has conserved over 56,000 acres of land and manages nearly 100 miles of trails.

To celebrate our public lands' positive benefit, LCDNR will offer guided hikes for all ages, a class about connecting to nature through observation and art, and skygazing at Hermit Park Open Space.

LCDNR will also be hosting a zoom Q&A session about volunteering with LCDNR, so if you've ever wanted to be a camp host, or volunteer ranger assistant, or become a volunteer naturalist and teach others about the amazing open spaces, sign up and get your questions answered.

Three volunteer projects will be hosted September 21-23 to mark National Public Lands Day, which is officially on September 23. Activities include fence removal for wildlife safety at Horsetooth Mountain Open Space, trail maintenance project at Horsetooth Reservoir ( [log in for link] ), and a litter cleanup at Carter Lake ( [log in for link] ).

The Carter Lake litter cleanup is Saturday September 23 beginning at 9:00am

The Horsetooth Reservoir shoreline litter cleanup is October 7 beginning at 8:00am

While all events are free, registration is required at [log in for link]

For more information, please visit [log in for link]

About LCDNR:
Larimer County Department of Natural Resources' mission is to connect people, nature, and place. Since 1954, Larimer County has acquired and conserved a vast network of public and private lands. Today, thirteen public properties are available for recreational access and enjoyment, and over 56,000 acres of land within its boundaries have been conserved. For more information, visit [log in for link]
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