Our broad network of partners reflects the importance of Lory State Park to the citizens of Colorado and the communities and economies of Northern Colorado. Our partners include nonprofit and for-profit entities that, through sustained volunteerism and other support, contribute to our mission.
Please contact Diana Dwyer at firstname.lastname@example.org for details about becoming a partner.
Many thanks to the following partner organizations (in alphabetical order) for their continued energy, enthusiasm, support and good will:
Ciclismo Youth Foundation http://www.ciclismoyouthfoundation.org Ciclismo Youth Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to making cycling opportunities accessible to youth in Northern Colorado. CYF programs support the social and emotional development of children through the sport of cycling.
Colorado Addicted Trail-Builders Society (CATS) http://www.trailcats.org The Colorado Addicted Trailbuilders Society (CATS) is a 501c3 non-profit organization devoted to designing, building and repairing trails in the Northern Colorado Area. They work in partnership with various state and local parks, open lands/spaces, non-profit organizations and other like-minded trail groups to maintain the quality and safety of our pathways to nature.
Colorado State University English Riding Club http://erc-csu.weebly.com This club is for any Colorado State University student in good standing who has an interest in horses and in riding English Disciplines (hunters, jumpers, eventers and dressage riders).
Friends of Colorado State Parks www.friendsofcoloradostateparks.com The Friends of Colorado State Parks will lead local Friends groups across the state and individual citizens who care for their parks, ensuring that recreation and open space remain available to everyone in Colorado.
Front Range Community College-Larimer Campus-Applied and Environmental Sciences/ Forestry, Natural Resources, Wildlife http://www.frontrange.edu
Gnar Runners http://gnarrunners.com Gnar Runners events are designed to promote enthusiasm and passion for the sport of mountain, trail and ultrarunning in and around the beautiful mountains of Northern Colorado.
Lory Does of Bellvue https://lorydoes.wordpress.com The Lory Does Club is a not-for-profit neighborhood women’s network that is a source of support, education and growth, as well as a social outlet for its members, thereby unifying and strengthening the community
Mountain States Eventing http://msea-area9.org MSEA was established in the mid-1970’s to facilitate communication between organizations that either were actively conducting horse trials or wanted to become organized to do so. These organizations became chapters of MSEA which today encompasses a huge area of the Rocky Mountain region: from Southeast Idaho to South Dakota and from Southeastern Montana to the New Mexico border. It also includes the Wasatch Range in Utah.
Overland Mountain Bike Club http://www.overlandmtb.org Overland Mountain Bike Club is the premier mountain biking organization in the Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming region, and a federally-registered 501c3 non-profit organization. The club promotes the active, healthy sport of mountain biking by providing education and assistance to all trail users, and by working to build and maintain quality, sustainable trails that enhance the mountain biking experience.
Rocky Mountain Cat Conservancy (RMCC) http:www.catconservancy.org From our region’s top predator, the mountain lion, down to the black footed ferret, the Rocky Mountain Cat Conservancy (RMCC) is a nonprofit dedicated to protecting wildlife in the Rocky Mountains through scientific research, community projects, and education initiatives.
United Way of Larimer County https://uwaylc.org United Way of Larimer County is committed to reducing poverty in our community by helping local children and families succeed in school, work, and life.
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC) http://www.voc.org VOC works with conservation and land agencies and relies on thousands of people to provide a volunteer workforce for outdoor stewardship projects that take place across Colorado.
Wildlands Restoration Volunteers https://www.wlrv.org Wildlands Restoration Volunteers is a nonprofit organization that provides an opportunity for people to come together, learn about their natural environment, and take direct action to restore and care for the land.