This story highlights the efforts to leverage neighborhood volunteers to lead wildfire preparedness. Wildfire Mitigation Professionals and neighborhood leaders across Colorado and the country are building upon the model of Wildfire Adapted Partnership Neighborhood Ambassadors (southwest CO).
An Ambassador by Any Name Doth Broaden Wildfire Resilience: re-post from FAC Net Blog by FACO Director
This story shares how adapting to COVID-19 resembles the strategy for adapting to wildfire.
Vail Fire’s Paul Cada shares about his 2019 FAC experience and gives a salute to the year ahead. Paul is on the board of Fire Adapted Colorado.
Non-profit Funding Blues: Lessons Learned in Funding Wildfire Resilience in southwest Colorado: FAC Learning Network re-post
This is an excellent national FAC Learning Network blog post from Bill Trimarco, Fire Adapted Colorado member with Wildfire Adapted Partnership in Archuleta County, CO. Do you have the wildfire resilience funding […]
Wildfire Adapted Partnership’s, Alex Graf, shares his experience with cross-boundary education, implementing Prescribed Fire Tours in 2019 in partnership with the San Juan National Forest.
Fire Adapted Colorado wishes to congratulate Boulder Wildfire Partners on their 2,000th in-depth wildfire mitigation assessment with residents in their county. There may be others in the state who have done more […]
Fire Adapted Colorado’s Opportunity Fund grants go along way to supporting community fire adaptation around the state. This post shares a little about recently funded projects.
This is the story of a Colorado Cohesive Strategy convening, and how it came together in three months.
Fire Adapted Colorado is committed to helping Coloradans find their roles in living in harmony with wildland fires. We do this by supporting and growing local wildfire preparedness leaders throughout the state. […]
A full circle autobiographical story by Fire Adapted Colorado’s Executive Director encourages support for FACO’s Opportunity Fund.