Alamosa Field Office
The Alamosa Field Office of the Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS) is one of 17 field offices in Colorado, serving the San Luis Valley, including Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Mineral, Rio Grande and Saguache counties. We are a service and outreach agency of the Warner College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University (CSU). The CSFS headquarters is on the CSU Foothills Campus in Fort Collins.
Our mission is to achieve stewardship of Colorado’s diverse forest environments for the benefit of present and future generations.
- Insect and disease diagnosis
- Defensible space
- Seedling trees
- Forest stewardship and landowner assistance
- Community forestry
- Conservation education
- Wildfire mitigation
- State trust land forest management
News & Resources
- Tree Watering Necessary During Drought Conditions – June 22, 2020
- Baca Grande POA Receives Grant to Prepare for Wildfires (250 KB PDF) – June 8, 2020
- Baca Grande POA Earns National Recognition for Wildfire Preparedness (100 KB PDF) – Feb. 13, 2020
- Frequently Asked Questions
101 South Craft Drive, Ste B
Alamosa, CO 81101
P.O. Box 1137
Alamosa, CO 81101-1137
(719) 587-0915, (719) 587-0917
FAX (719) 587-0916
Wildfire Awareness: Conejos Canyon Fire & Forest Meeting
The CSFS Alamosa Field Office held a wildfire preparedness Zoom workshop with partners on June 24, 2021.
Focused on informing Conejos County residents about wildfire risk, the meeting emphasizes the Conejos Canyon wildland-urban interface and answers common questions about what the 2021 wildfire season may look like.
- Aspen (939 KB PDF)
- Douglas-fir (586 KB PDF)
- Gambel Oak and Serviceberry (865 KB PDF)
- Piñon Pine-Juniper (888 KB PDF)
- Ponderosa and Lodgepole Pine (896 KB PDF)
Monte Vista / Conejos Peak District / Divide District / Saguache District
Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve
BLM San Luis Valley Field Office
Alamosa Nat’l Wildlife Refuge
Baca Nat’l Wildlife Refuge
Monte Vista Nat’l Wildlife Refuge
Field Office Location
Forest Health Report Story Map
CSFS Forest Entomologist Dr. Dan West produced an Esri Story Map for the annual Forest Health Report, which offers users an interactive way to learn about local forest conditions.
Wildfire Risk Viewer
The Wildfire Risk Viewer is a web-mapping application that allows users to identify specific wildfire risk levels within a 1/2-mile radius of a home, or any other point of interest on the map.