BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. – Local, state and federal agencies have completed the first phase of their joint work to reduce wildfire fuels and improve forest health on the Wellington side of the Golden Horseshoe Trail System east of Breckenridge.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Trees in urban and community settings throughout Colorado are going dormant, and they require care before and during the winter to remain in top health. Homeowners can take measures now and through spring to help their trees through the oncoming harsh conditions, says Vince Urbina, community forestry program manager for the Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS).
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Wildfires are both natural and inevitable – including in wildland-urban interface settings where millions of Coloradans live.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – This year’s record-breaking wildfire season in Colorado is a stark reminder of the need to invest in the health of our forests.
GRAND COUNTY, Colo. – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS) are partnering to reduce wildfire risk and improve forest health, wildlife habitat and public safety on the slopes of Sheep Mountain in Grand County.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Although thousands of evergreen trees in Colorado’s high country, foothills and communities are beginning to display dying yellow or brown needles, most are simply going through a natural shedding process – they are not being damaged by bark beetles or any specific tree insect or disease.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – This week, the cold front that brought high winds and wet, heavy snow to much of Colorado may have damaged trees. Coloradans who are dealing with broken tree limbs after the late-summer snowstorm may be considering actions to protect and repair them.
BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. – During the week of Sept. 14, local, state and federal agencies are expected to commence work on a project to reduce wildfire fuels and improve forest health on public land adjacent to the Wellington neighborhood east of Breckenridge.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – With more than 200,000 acres of forests burned across the state over the past two months as a result of wildland fires, wildfire mitigation, insurance and REALTOR® professionals continue to push for residents to evaluate and take action to help prevent the potentially devastating impact of fires to property, structures and lives.
BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. – On Aug. 13, federal, state and local governments joined with non-profit entities in Boulder County to establish a shared vision for reducing the risk of wildfire to its residences, recreation areas and natural resources through closely coordinated forest management across all lands.