In 2018, the Silver Creek Fire, northwest of Kremmling had ignited and been burning within containment lines since July. Hot and windy conditions pushed the fire beyond containment lines in September prompting […]
Wildfires are a natural occurrence, but humans have changed the way that we steward and coexist with fire in our landscapes. The governors of California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North and South […]
This is the story of a Colorado Cohesive Strategy convening, and how it came together in three months.
Last week, twenty-three participants attended the first ever Fire Adapted Communities Ambassador Approach workshop in Durango. This workshop was co-hosted by Fire Adapted Colorado and Widlfire Adapted Partnership in Durango with support […]
As wildfire preparedness professionals we are used to seeing and marking small trees, often in the understory, to be removed as part of fuels reduction projects. West Region Wildfire Council is among […]
Sharing a Fantastic Failure from the FAC Learning Network: Why Would Residents Refuse Wildfire Mitigation Money?
You can enjoy and reflect on this story on how changing ones approach can vastly change an outcome. With a shared vision for what we hope to accomplish in our community wildfire […]
Fire Adapted Colorado has a wide range of members, from organizations dedicated entirely to helping their ‘whole community‘ prepare for wildfire to agencies and businesses for which wildfire preparedness is only one […]