Community Meeting: Black Diamond Landscape Resiliency and Risk Reduction Project

Red Feather Community Hall

Join US Forest Service staff and other community partners for an in-person community meeting on Sept. 14th at 6pm at the Red Feather Lakes Community Hall (58 Firehouse Ln, Red Feather Lakes, CO) to learn about the Black Diamond Landscape Resiliency and Risk Reduction Project. This multi-jurisdictional, collaborative project supports the three primary objectives of the […]

Poudre Canyon Fire Protection Dist. – CWPP Stakeholder Engagement Meeting

Time: January 23rd, 2023 from 10AM to 12PM Location: The Innosphere; 320 E Vine Dr., Fort Collins, CO 80524 There will be a virtual/call-in option for those who can't attend in-person. The CWPP planning team will provide a link via email to participants prior to the meeting. For any questions related to this meeting, feel free […]

Wildfire Matters Review Committee – NoCo Fireshed

Old Supreme Court Building Denver, CO, United States

The Northern Colorado Fireshed Collaborative has been invited to present to the Wildfire Matters Review Committee on July 18, 2023 at the State Capitol Building in Denver. The agenda is as follows: To listen to the live stream visit: https://leg.colorado.gov/watch-listen To participate in public testimony during this hearing, either in-person or remote at 3:30pm, visit this link to sign up: www2.leg.state.co.us/CLICS/CLICS2023A/commsumm.nsf/signIn.xsp (scroll […]

Black Diamond Landscape Resiliency and Risk Reduction Project Community Meeting

You are invited to join US Forest Service staff from the Canyon Lakes Ranger District and local partners for an update on the Black Diamond Landscape Resiliency and Risk Reduction Project. The Canyon Lakes Ranger District will utilize this project’s decision to implement a series of vegetation management activities identified through a collaborative process with input […]

Pile Burning Informational Meeting – Estes Valley Area

As the first snows of winter arrive, foresters and fire managers are making plans for the pile burning season. Pile burning is an important tool used by public and private land managers to thin overgrown forests and reduce the potential damaging effects of unplanned fires -- part of addressing Colorado's wildfire crisis. Pile burning occurs under […]