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March 2021

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

March 9 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Free

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 experience from fire managers, fire policy experts, and fire scientists. Topics include, but are not limited to: Regional fire history, ecology, and policy Factors contributing to large fire growth Prevention tactics involved in increased future wildfire resilience Short and long-term land management and outlook

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

March 16 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Free

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 experience from fire managers, fire policy experts, and fire scientists. Topics include, but are not limited to: Regional fire history, ecology, and policy Factors contributing to large fire growth Prevention tactics involved in increased future wildfire resilience Short and long-term land management and outlook

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

March 23 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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 the 2020 wildfire season. This series will draw from a variety of experience from fire managers, fire policy experts, and fire scientists. Topics include, but are not limited to: Regional fire history, ecology, and policy Factors contributing to large fire growth Prevention tactics involved in increased future wildfire resilience Short and long-term land management and outlook Mark Your Calendars! Webinars are most Tuesdays from 3:00 PM 3:50 PM MST:

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

March 30 @ 3:00 pm - 3:50 pm

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 experts, and fire scientists. Topics include, but are not limited to: Regional fire history, ecology, and policy Factors contributing to large fire growth Prevention tactics involved in increased future wildfire resilience Short and long-term land management and outlook Mark Your Calendars! Webinars are most Tuesdays from 3:00 PM 3:50 PM MST:

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