Volunteers needed for Horsetooth Reservoir cleanup

PHOTO BY BLAINE HOWERTON. Ducks scavenge for food along the shoreline of Horsetooth Reservoir in Larimer County.

After another busy summer at Horsetooth Reservoir, volunteers are needed to help clean up tree limbs, trash and other debris along the shore of the popular reservoir west of Fort Collins on Tuesday, October 24, 8 a.m.-12 noon. The cleanup project will focus on the Inlet Knolls area of Horsetooth Reservoir, located between the South Bay and Inlet Bay campgrounds, near the inlet to the reservoir.

Volunteers should dress for changing weather, wear long pants and closed-toe shoes or boots, and bring gloves if they have them. All training, tools and lunch will be provided.

To sign up to volunteer, visit http://offero.larimer.org/calendar and click on “Clean Up at Inlet Knolls.”

For questions or more information, contact Pam Mayhew, Volunteer Program Coordinator, at (970) 619-4552 or pmayhew@larimer.org.


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