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Black Diamond Landscape Resiliency and Risk Reduction Project

Total Project Area: 265,760 acres

Project Summary With the Black Diamond Landscape Resiliency and Risk Reduction Project, the Forest Service proposes a suite of management tools to improve and maintain a resilient landscape, facilitate fire adapted communities, and improve wildfire response. The first step of the Black Diamond project is getting public feedback on the types of treatments and the proposed strategies for mitigating risk to communities, wildlife, watersheds and other values at risk from high-severity wildfires.┬áThe project includes nearly…

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Jamestown Fire Mitigation

Total Project Area:

About the Project The St. Vrain and Left Hand Water Conservancy District, in collaboration with the Left Hand Watershed Center, Lefthand Fire Protection District, and the Boulder Valley and Longmont Conservation Districts, is working to plan a fire mitigation project with the community of Jamestown.…

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Estes Valley Community Wildfire Protection Plan Update

Total Project Area: 42,432 acres

The goal of this project is to bring together partners and community members to collaboratively plan, prioritize and implement landscape-scale forest restoration in the Estes Valley. This update to the Estes Community Wildfire Protection Plan will not only provide a framework and ownership for on…

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St. Vrain Forest Health Partnership

Total Project Area: TBD

The St. Vrain Forest Health Partnership is a collaborative of 100+ partners including fire districts, agencies, towns, and community representatives. We are working to increase the fire resilience of our forests for the benefit of our communities, forest ecosystems, and water quality. The St. Vrain…

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Roach Vegetation Management Project

Total Project Area: 3,000 acres

Project Goal(s): The Canyon Lakes Ranger District of the Roosevelt National Forest is proposing multiple forest management activities, including mechanical timber harvesting, on up to 3,000 acres in the Roach Vegetation Management Project, located approximately 65 miles northwest of Fort Collins, Colo., to facilitate forest…

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