• Cameron Peak & East Troublesome Fires: Long-term post-fire land management Laura Marshall, Postdoctoral Fellow, Dept. of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship, CSU

    Interactive webinar series with a varied host of speakers that will outline various aspects of the 2020 wildfire season. About this Event NOTICE: Webinar link will be at the bottom of your confirmation e-mail. Link is the same for all webinars. Once registered you may use the same link to attend other webinars. If you have trouble registering, please e-mail Gloria.Edwards@Colostate.Edu . Record-breaking wildfires were just one of the remarkable things about 2020. What factors contributed to these catastrophic fires? In this interactive webinar series, we will be discussing several aspects of the 2020 wildfire season. This series will draw from a variety of experience from fire managers, fire policy…

  • Colorado Wildfires Webinar Series: Cameron Peak & East Troublesome Fires: Short-term post-fire land management Jennifer Kovecses, Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed

    Cameron Peak & East Troublesome Fires: Short-term post-fire land management Jennifer Kovecses, Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed Interactive webinar series with a varied host of speakers that will outline various aspects of the 2020 wildfire season. About this Event NOTICE: Webinar link will be at the bottom of your confirmation e-mail. Link is the same for all webinars. Once registered you may use the same link to attend other webinars. If you have trouble registering, please e-mail Gloria.Edwards@Colostate.Edu . Record-breaking wildfires were just one of the remarkable things about 2020. What factors contributed to these catastrophic fires? In this interactive webinar series, we will be discussing several aspects of…

  • Colorado Wildfires 2020 Webinar Series – Cameron Peak & East Troublesome Fires: Montane fire history Peter Brown, Director, Rocky Mountain Tree Ring Research, Inc.

    Interactive webinar series with a varied host of speakers that will outline various aspects of the 2020 wildfire season. by CSU, SRFSN, Forest Stewards Guild About this Event NOTICE: Webinar link will be at the bottom of your confirmation e-mail. Link is the same for all webinars. Once registered you may use the same link to attend other webinars. If you have trouble registering, please e-mail Gloria.Edwards@Colostate.Edu . Record-breaking wildfires were just one of the remarkable things about 2020. What factors contributed to these catastrophic fires? In this interactive webinar series, we will be discussing several aspects of the 2020 wildfire season. This series will draw from a variety of…

  • Colorado Wildfires 2020 Webinar Series – Cameron Peak & East Troublesome Fire: Sub-alpine ecology/historical perspective Jason Sibold, Assistant Professor of Geography, CSU

    Interactive webinar series with a varied host of speakers that will outline various aspects of the 2020 wildfire season. by CSU, SRFSN, Forest Stewards Guild About this Event NOTICE: Webinar link will be at the bottom of your confirmation e-mail. Link is the same for all webinars. Once registered you may use the same link to attend other webinars. If you have trouble registering, please e-mail Gloria.Edwards@Colostate.Edu . Record-breaking wildfires were just one of the remarkable things about 2020. What factors contributed to these catastrophic fires? In this interactive webinar series, we will be discussing several aspects of the 2020 wildfire season. This series will draw from a variety of…

  • Colorado Wildfires 2020 Webinar Series – Cameron Peak & East Troublesome Fire: Operations Brad White, Grand County Fire Chief (Additional speakers pending confirmation)

    Interactive webinar series with a varied host of speakers that will outline various aspects of the 2020 wildfire season. by CSU, SRFSN, Forest Stewards Guild About this Event NOTICE: Webinar link will be at the bottom of your confirmation e-mail. Link is the same for all webinars. Once registered you may use the same link to attend other webinars. If you have trouble registering, please e-mail Gloria.Edwards@Colostate.Edu . Record-breaking wildfires were just one of the remarkable things about 2020. What factors contributed to these catastrophic fires? In this interactive webinar series, we will be discussing several aspects of the 2020 wildfire season. This series will draw from a variety of…

  • Articles

    Saws and Slaws March News

    As we approach March 2021, it might seem like several years have gone by since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. At the same time, it has been an arduous and lengthy struggle to combat the virus and protect our most vulnerable communities. We have shown incredible resiliency in the face of the worst worldwide health crises in over a century. Webster Merriam dictionary defines resiliency as: “the ability to recover from or adjust easily to adversity or change.” Small mountain communities across Colorado and the West have used this resiliency, whether they knew it or not, to adapt to pandemic life and how it has changed our daily livelihood…

  • Colorado Wildfires 2020 Webinar Series – Colorado Climate Change: Russ Schumacher, Associate Professor of Meteorology, Colorado State Climatologist

    Interactive webinar series with a varied host of speakers that will outline various aspects of the 2020 wildfire season. –by CSU, SRFSN, Forest Stewards Guild About this Event NOTICE: Webinar link will be at the bottom of your confirmation e-mail. Link is the same for all webinars. Once registered you may use the same link to attend other webinars. If you have trouble registering, please e-mail Gloria.Edwards@Colostate.Edu . Record-breaking wildfires were just one of the remarkable things about 2020. What factors contributed to these catastrophic fires? In this interactive webinar series, we will be discussing several aspects of the 2020 wildfire season. This series will draw from a variety of…

  • Fire effects on Ecosystem services: Mike Caggiano, Research Associate, Colorado Forest Restoration Institute, CSU; Richard Thorp, Fort Collins City Utilities

    Fire effects on Ecosystem services: Mike Caggiano, Research Associate, Colorado Forest Restoration Institute, CSU; Richard Thorp, Fort Collins City Utilities Webinar Series by by CSU, SRFSN, Forest Stewards Guild About this Event NOTICE: Webinar link will be at the bottom of your confirmation e-mail. Link is the same for all webinars. Once registered you may use the same link to attend other webinars. If you have trouble registering, please e-mail Gloria.Edwards@Colostate.Edu . Record-breaking wildfires were just one of the remarkable things about 2020. What factors contributed to these catastrophic fires? In this interactive webinar series, we will be discussing several aspects of the 2020 wildfire season. This series will draw…

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  • Articles,  Mitigation

    February Saws & Slaws News

    Get Ready Now, So You Know What To Do Later With an unprecedented wildfire season behind us, many of us might be reflecting on how to better prepare ourselves for the next one. One simple thing we can do to eliminate stress and confusion is to compile an Evacuation Checklist before an emergency event. Mobilization is key when every minute counts. When you already have steps in place, you don’t have to think about what to do, you can just check your boxes. Prior to any threat of an evacuation, you’ll want to gather and assemble, an emergency essentials grab and go kit. This kit should contain essentials like first…