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FORT COLLINS, Colo. – This week, the Colorado State Forest Service launched a new website for landowners, land managers and others to access data about Colorado’s forests.
DENVER – With fire seasons becoming longer, more intense and more damaging over the last few decades in Colorado, state and federal agencies that manage wildfires and forests are urging residents to join in efforts to reduce wildfire risk, while following stay-at-home and safer-at-home directives.
FRANKTOWN, Colo. – A cold snap in October, coupled with last week’s extreme temperature fluctuations, injured ponderosa pines, other pine species and spruce trees in the Douglas and Elbert county areas, including Castle Rock, Franktown, Parker, Elizabeth and Kiowa.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Spring snowstorms can bring wet, heavy snow with the potential to weigh down and break branches on trees. Coloradans who are dealing with snow-damaged trees after a spring snowstorm may be considering actions to protect and repair them.
BROOMFIELD, Colo. – With a new spring season, trees are emerging from their winter dormancy period across Colorado to bring life, color and vibrancy to our urban forests.