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).
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.
COCO, Inc is building their staff. As we all continue to confront global challenges related to wildfire, COCO, Inc is trying to lend a hand to communities at risk across the United […]
Fire Adapted Colorado leadership recently came across this impressive map of communities at risk to wildfire. You can browse by your county to assess what risk your community has.
Jonathan Bruno, Coalitions and Collaboratives, Inc. Chief Operations Officer and FACO’s current Chair acts as a CMAT Lead. National Community Mitigation Assistance Teams (CMAT) are designed to help communities build […]
by Ludie Bond and Lorena Williams Bayfield – On June 1, 2018 during yet another hot, dry and windy day, fire crews from the San Juan National Forest and local cooperators initiated response […]
CUSP and COCO, Inc have an opening for a self starter committed to reducing wildfire risk within the Upper Arkansas river basin. The position will be based out of the Salida Colorado […]