Do you tweet? To keep up with the times and to increase communication with the public, the Larimer County Department of Natural Resources now has a Twitter account. Citizens can be kept up to date on guided hikes, trail closures, time of wait at boat ramps, trail heads at capacity, reservoir water levels, fishing conditions, etc., through the Twitter account.
How does it work? People who are interested in receiving text messages and e-mails will be able to sign up for the “LCDNR” twitter account. Tweets will be sent out by designated department staff as information arises. The Twitter account information will be posted for the public on the web site, brochures, kiosks, and monthly flyers.
How do you sign up? If you do not have Twitter account, but still want to follow the LCDNR updates, go to http://Twitter.com/LCDNR to view tweets. If you choose to create an account from that page, you will automatically be following LCDNR once your account is created. If you have an existing Twitter account and would like to receive LCDNR tweets, go to http://Twitter.com/LCDNR. From here, log into your Twitter account where you will have an option to “follow” LCDNR.
To learn more about Larimer County’s parks and open spaces, go to www.Larimer.org/naturalresources.