We hold our chainsaw course yearly. For more information, look for announcements on our website or get added to our email list.
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…
Help Us Help You!
Talk to us. Please Take Our Saws & Slaws Questionnaire About You & Your Community’s Fire Mitigation Needs & What We Can Do To Help You. This survey gathers information on the levels of wildfire mitigation education and values within the Coal Creek Canyon community. We also want to find out what types of educational materials would be most helpful for the community. Tell us what you need. https://forms.gle/VkasXg2gAJNyHkJ28
Saws and Slaws Welcomes Nathaniel Goeckner!
Hello! My name is Nathaniel Goeckner. I will be working with Saws and Slaws and I am very excited to meet the community members of Coal Creek Canyon. Until I get to meet all of you, I wanted to give you some information about myself so you can get to know me! I will be finishing my master’s degree at the University of Colorado Boulder this December. I specialized in Sustainable Planning and Public Land Policy while at CU. I am originally from Wisconsin and grew up in a small town outside of Milwaukee. Growing up I loved hiking and playing in the hardwood forests that surrounded my home. This…