In October, the inaugural Women’s Forest Congress in Minneapolis, Minn., brought together more than 400 female and non-binary conference participants. Seven women represented the Colorado State Forest Service, and they came back renewed and reinvigorated.
The National Book Foundation first declared October as National Book Month in 2003, so last October we asked CSFS staff to share some of their favorite books about trees, forests and ecology. Then we put together this tree-mendous reading list for you.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Following a successful national search, Matthew McCombs will take leadership of the Colorado State Forest Service and become Colorado’s new State Forester on Jan. 3, 2022.
Based out of the CSFS State Forest Field Office in Gould, Blair Rynearson will steward about 58,000 acres of state trust forestland and a facility with buildings on the National Register of Historic Places.