On Friday, September 18, the LCCC is hosting one of the largest environmental film festivals in the nation, the Wild & Scenic Film Festival at CSU's Lory Student Center Theater. The festival offers stories of adventure and conservation, paired with stunning cinematography. They have selected 10 films that offer audiences a journey into some of the most beautiful places on earth, complemented by stories of inspiration, activism and finding solutions to restore our planet. Register online.
Applications are due on Friday, September 18th for this year's Small Grants for Community Partnering Program (SGCP). The Larimer County Natural Resources Open Lands Program offers up to $2,000 per project per year for community projects that connect people to the land in Larimer County. The SGCP program is a way to give back a portion of Help Preserve Open Spaces 1/4-cent sales tax funds in Larimer County. To see if your program qualifies visit the web site.
The 2015 Larimer County Community Report summarizes how you benefit, directly and indirectly, from the services Larimer County provides as well as how Larimer County measures the performance of some of those services.
The 21st Annual Larimer County Environmental Stewardship Awards program is underway. The nomination deadline is Friday, September 18, 2015. Nominate online, or print and send the form in. Since the program began in 1995, 74 awards have been presented.