Larimer County is such a generous community! So many have reached out asking how to help first responders and those impacted by the #cameronpeakfire. The best way you can help is to make a monetary donation to Larimer disaster nonprofits. https://www.larimervoad.org/partners.html
These nonprofits play an indispensable role in disaster response and recovery and have already been supporting those impacted by the Cameron Peak Fire. Larimer County thanks you for your support of these partnering agencies.
Important note: responding agencies are not accepting physical donations right now. This includes food, clothing and other items. Our first responders have specific dietary needs while working on the front line and food donations cannot be used. We ask that residents do not support drives for any physical items at this time. We appreciate the good intentions, but unsolicited donations create additional logistical support, which is not readily available.
The Canterbury family in Howard, near Salida, has a hunting tradition dating bac…
The Canterbury family in Howard, near Salida, has a hunting tradition dating back for decades and it continues today led by 86-year-old matriarch Gloria Canterbury.
She harvested this buck recently on thefamily ranch where she has hunted her entire life.
Gloria and her late husband, Bill, hunted during their nearly 62 years of marriage. They raised their six children to be sportspeople and now her grandchildren and great-grandchildren have joined the tradition, says @COParksWildlife officer Kim Woodruff.
Besides Gloria, her daughters and sons hunt as well as her grandchildren, Woodruff says. Last year, son Bill helped her get a buck. This year, son Tim assisted her harvest.
The Canterbury family is well known in the Salida area for helping establish the Salida Hunter Education program and for serving as instructors for decades.
Thanksgiving holiday closure Larimer County Offices, Courts, District Attorney,…
Thanksgiving holiday closure
Larimer County Offices, Courts, District Attorney, and Landfill will be closed on Nov. 26, 2020, for the Thanksgiving Day holiday.
Larimer County Offices will remain closed on Nov. 27, 2020, but the Courts, District Attorney, and Landfill will be open. Critical services at Larimer County are not disrupted by closures.
Our awesome employees have gone above and beyond again! We held a quick food dri…
Our awesome employees have gone above and beyond again! We held a quick food drive to support Community Food Share and were able to collect roughly 400lbs of food! This picture is just the first half of ourweighed donation!
This time of year is always a struggle for some members of our community, and is particularly difficult this year. If you are able to donate food, funds, and anything else, many of our local non-profits would put your generosity to great use. And maybe hold out for two weeks and give funds on #ColoradoGivesDay this year – Dec. 8 – to help your donation go even further.
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