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Glenwood Springs Fire Department

The Glenwood Springs Fire Department, with 26 full-time and 23 part-time members, serves 16,000 residents and 21,000 daytime visitors across 72 square miles. Operating in a premier tourist destination, we offer diverse services through three main divisions: administration, fire prevention/public education, and fire suppression/emergency medical operations.

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Summit Fire & EMS Wildland Division

Summit Fire & EMS is an all hazards fire protection district serving most of Summit County, Colorado. Summit Fire has a wildland division that has 4 full time staff. Wildland division programs & offerings outlined below.

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Custer County Office of Emergency Management

Prevent, prepare for, respond and recover from active risk or threats, natural or human caused disasters. Engage stakeholders to prepare for, reduce, or mitigate risks to include: wildfire.

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Colorado Springs Fire Department

The Colorado Springs Fire Department (CSFD) Wildfire Mitigation Section educates community members in the City of Colorado Springs wildland urban interface (WUI) on wildfire risk and how they can reduce their wildfire risk in the event of a wildfire. The CSFD Wildfire Mitigation Section offers the following:

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Trust for Public Land

We create parks and protect public land where they’re needed most so that everyone will have access to the benefits and joys of the outdoors for generations to come. The Conservation Finance program serves as a trusted advisor to state and local governments and community leaders on how to design, pass, and implement ballot and… learn more >

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Crested Butte Fire Protection District

The Crested Butte Fire Protection District is committed to excellence in the protection of life and property and serves the community with professionalism, compassion, and respect. Vision Strive for Excellence Commit to Growth Values Teamwork Integrity Professionalism

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CSU Center for Collaborative Conservation / Colorado Forest Collaboratives Network

The Center for Collaborative Conservation (CCC) was established in CSU’s Warner College of Natural Resources in 2008 to inform, promote, and support collaboration on tough conservation issues across Colorado, the American West, and the world. The Colorado Forest Collaboratives Network (housed within the CCC) was created in 2022 to benefit and support place-based forest collaboratives… learn more >

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Conifer Wildland Division Community Ambassador Program

The Conifer Wildland Division Community Ambassadors serve as volunteer liaisons between the Elk Creek and Inter-Canyon Fire Protection Districts and residents, increasing awareness of wildfire risk and forest health issues and linking residents to trusted information and community resources that empower them to reduce wildfire risk around their homes and neighborhoods.

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Tri State Generation and Transmission Association

Tri-State Generation and Transmission is a wholesale power supplier based in Colorado. We provide electricity for 42 utilities across in Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming 200,000 square miles of the West, from the eastern plains through the Rocky Mountains and down to the southern deserts. Wildfire mitigation is core to protecting our assets and… learn more >

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Boulder West Wildfire Authority

The Boulder West Wildfire Authority (BWWA) consists of two members from each of the following Boulder County Fire Departments: Four Mile Fire Protection, Gold Hill Fire Department, Sugarloaf Fire Department, and Sunshine Fire Protection District. Initially, the BWWA was established as a working group with the primary objective of developing a Community Wildfire Protection Plan… learn more >

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Mile High Youth Corps

Mile High Youth Corps (MHYC) is a nonprofit social enterprise powered by a network of young adults, ages 18-24, who are justice-focused, committed to creating sustainable communities and pursuing a meaningful path to career success. As a leader in positive youth development, workforce development, and community-based service, our Youth Corps completes conservation, construction, and healthcare… learn more >

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NoFloCo (North Florissant, Colorado) is a grassroots all-volunteer fire mitigation organization founded in 2019.  To date, the organization has completed projects in the Aspen Moors, Arabian Acres, Colorado Mountain Estates, Druid Hills, Florissant Heights, Indian Creek, La Montana Mesa, Trout Creek, Woodland Park, Wagon Tongue subdivisions in Teller County. NoFloCo by the Numbers: 281 NoFloCo… learn more >

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Beulah Fire Department

Making the Beulah Valley a FireWise Community. Our Mission is to protect the lives and property of our residents and visitors from fire and critical health threats. The District will strive to prevent fire and serious injury through comprehensive education and prevention programs. The District will respond quickly and effectively making the best use of… learn more >

Estes Valley Fire Protection District

The Mission of the Estes Valley Fire Protection District is to provide the citizens and guests to the Estes Valley with superior fire prevention, fire protection, and emergency services in a safe and efficient manner.

WRA Environmental Consultants

Cultivating a sustainable future where people and the environment thrive.

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City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks

The Open Space and Mountain Parks Department preserves and protects the natural environment and land resources that characterize Boulder. We foster appreciation and use that sustain the natural values of the land for current and future generations.

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Boulder County Fireshed

In August of 2020, federal, state, and local governments joined with non-profit entities in Boulder County to establish the Boulder County Fireshed as a shared vision for reducing the risk of wildfire to its people, communities, recreation areas, and natural resources through closely coordinated forest management across all lands. With the signing of the agreement… learn more >

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Arvada Fire Protection District

Arvada Fire has nearly 200 employees who serve approximately 133,000 citizens. We proudly serve our citizens and each other with dedication, integrity, dependability, courage, and respect. Our mission is to preserve life, property, and the environment.

Middle Colorado Watershed Council

Middle Colorado Watershed Council is dedicated to enhancing and protecting the water for all uses and for the environment in the watershed from Glenwood Canyon to De Beque. We provide for collaborative, inclusive, and creative cooperation between a wide variety of stakeholders. As a cross-jurisdictional workspace, we find solutions to water-related issues across the region… learn more >

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Foothills Fire Protection District

The Foothills Fire & Rescue family protects life and property in the community in which we live, with integrity, pride, and professionalism. The district has five firehouses to protect 25 square miles of varied terrain, from newer subdivisions with hydrants to heavily forested rural areas with domestic wells. Foothills is also responsible for responding to… learn more >

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The Watershed Center

The Watershed Center protects and restores watersheds for people and the environment using a collaborate and science-based approach.

Poudre Canyon Fire Protection District

Stretching nearly 60 miles up the Poudre Canyon, our district encompasses nearly 90 square miles. Communities included in the district are Poudre Park, Poudre City or Rustic, Spencer Heights and the Manhattan Creek area. We have approximately 30 volunteers who respond to emergencies such as wildland fires, structure fires, motor vehicle accidents, rafting and climbing… learn more >

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Broomfield Emergency Mangement

Working in partnership with the community, the City and County of Broomfield provides excellent services in an efficient, respectful, and courteous manner to enhance and protect the environment and quality of life of Broomfield residents.

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Chaffee County Emergency Management

The Chaffee County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) plans, coordinates and supports a wide-range of activities that help prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters and large-scale emergencies, while also reducing vulnerabilities to hazards. In Chaffee County, the Office of Emergency Management is a department within the county government that also serves the local… learn more >

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Routt County Wildfire Mitigation Council

Our Mission is to create resilient fire-adapted communities to minimize potential impacts of wildfire. The Routt County Wildfire Mitigation Council formed following the Routt County Wildfire Mitigation Roundtable and Conference in Steamboat Springs, May of 2019.

City of Lone Tree

Vision: Lone Tree is a premier Colorado community connected by great neighborhoods, vibrant public spaces, a beautiful natural environment, and thriving businesses. Mission: We will achieve Lone Tree’s community vision by doing things the best way, not just the expected way. Values: We are committed to Excellence through Integrity, Collaboration, and Innovation.

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Roaring Fork Valley Wildfire Collaborative

Focusing on prevention, preparedness, and response, the Roaring Fork Valley Wildfire Collaborative represents a powerful force for change in our community, accelerating our impact through strategic collaboration. We empower communities to shift mindsets from fear to resiliency, bring together experts to identify risk and implement mitigation strategies, secure resources, and build buy-in for critical change.… learn more >

Wildfire Preparedness Services

Wildfire Preparedness Services provides advice, training, and facilitation to agencies, elected officials, businesses, communities, and homeowners at risk on Home Ignition Zone Best Practices and general wildfire preparedness. We also provide services to Insurance, Real Estate, and Utility Industries.

Upper South Platte Partnership

Since 2015, the Upper South Platte Partnership (USPP) has been working as a collaboration between government agencies (local, State, and federal), water providers, nonprofit organizations, academic institutions, and fire protection districts. Together, these partners share a vision of sustainable and resilient landscapes, healthy forests, proactive and engaged fire-adapted communities, with safe, effective, and efficient fire… learn more >

Two Rivers Wildfire Coalition

Two Rivers Wildfire Coalition is an interagency wildfire coalition, with the mission to work together to protect Mesa County communities and natural resources by bolstering wildfire preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery efforts.

Summit County Wildfire Council

The Summit County Wildfire Council works to mitigate wildfire risk in Summit County, through implementation of the Summit County Community Wildfire Protection Plan. The council also administers community wildfire grants that help residents and property owners reduce wildfire risk. The council includes representatives from the U.S. Forest Service, Colorado State Forest Service, local fire protection… learn more >

Spanish Peaks Alliance for Wildfire Protection

Spanish Peaks Alliance for Wildfire Protection (SPAWP) is a 501(c)(3) Colorado nonprofit with the mission to collaboratively protect the Spanish Peaks area and wildlife from the impact of destructive wildfire events. SPAWP facilitates collaboration of individuals, governmental agencies and organizations, and works to support fuel mitigation and fire recovery in Huerfano County and adjacent communities.

Shining Horizons Land Management, LLC

Ranching for whole-systems resilience: agrarian stewardship for an ecological, economic, and social triple bottom line. Grazing planning, rangeland assessment & monitoring. Livestock-carnivore coexistence. Available for consulting and presentations. Contract work for range and wildlife conservation organizations.

San Miguel Sheriff’s Office

The San Miguel Sheriff’s Office focuses on public safety, peace keeping, wildland fire suppression, and search and rescue. The mission of San Miguel County Emergency Management is to support the community’s disaster preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation needs through the coordination of information and resources.

Rotary Wildfire Ready

Rotary Wildfire Ready is a community-based project designed to increase wildfire awareness and education that serves Colorado Front Range communities including Bailey, Pine, Conifer, Evergreen, Genessee, and Lookout Mountain. Rotary Wildfire Ready is funded through the Evergreen Rotary Foundation, a 501(c)(3) Colorado nonprofit, and is comprised of a working group that includes the Rotary Clubs… learn more >

Red Zone

RedZone boasts the best-in-class expertise on wildfires and their impact on homes and businesses. We serve our clients and their clients by aiding in the protection of property and assets, enhancing customer engagement and improving financial performance. We are recognized as the leaders in wildfire modeling because of our unique combination of emergency management expertise… learn more >

Platte Canyon Fire Protection District

Platte Canyon Fire Protection District is a full-service fire agency committed to serving the Bailey community. As a combination department with approximately 13 career firefighter/medics, 22 volunteer firefighters, 10 wildland fire crew members, we respond to medical emergencies, structure and wildland fires, traffic accidents, swift water and ice rescues, HazMat, and more.

Pitkin County Emergency Management

The Pitkin County Sheriff’s office includes the Emergency Management department, whose mission is to promote public safety and emergency response in their communities.

Northern Colorado Fireshed Collaborative

The Northern Colorado Fireshed Collaborative is a network of individuals and organizations representing watershed coalitions and forest health partnerships, local governments and districts, researchers, state and federal agencies, and more, all bringing their own perspectives and expertise. We are collaborating to maximize the use of fire and other forest management techniques to increase the pace… learn more >

Monument Fire District

The Monument Fire District (formerly Tri-Lakes Monument and Wescott Fire) is a career fire department providing fire, rescue, and emergency medical services to the Tri-Lakes region of northern El Paso County. Their mission is to minimize the loss of life and property resulting from fires, medical emergencies, and environmental and other disasters, which is accomplished… learn more >

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Huerfano County

The Huerfano County Office of Emergency Management works to protect Huerfano County through the development, coordination and implementation of operative plans which focus on preventing, mitigating, preparing for, responding to and recovering from all hazards that affect the county. The vision of the Office of Emergency Management is to enable Huerfano County and its supporting… learn more >

Hot Sulphur Springs/Parshall Fire Protection District

Hot Sulphur Springs / Parshall Fire Protection District (HSSPFPD), founded in 1956 coverings 250 square miles in Grand County (Colorado) including the areas of Arapaho National Forest, Bar Lazy J Ranch, Copper Creek, Corral Creek, Flat, Hot Sulphur State Wildlife Area, Parshall, Sheriff Creek, Ute Bill Creek & Williams Fork Reservoir.

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Gunnison County Emergency Management

The primary mission of Gunnison County Emergency Management is to provide comprehensive emergency management services to Gunnison County agencies, first responders and citizens so they have the necessary tools, information and assistance to develop and implement effective mitigation, preparedness activities, and response and recovery plans.

Grand Junction Fire Department

The mission of Grand Junction Fire Department (GJFD) is to serve the community through emergency response and risk reduction. GJFD actions will be guided by purpose-driven decisions supporting growth and safety while investing in relationships and continuous professional development.

Grand Fire Protection District #1

Grand Fire Protection District No. 1 was formed in 1951 and provides service to an area comprising of 150 square miles in Grand County, Colorado, located in the central Rocky Mountains. The Granby Volunteer Fire Department (est. 1939) is staffed by volunteer and resident firefighters responding out of two stations, operating twelve apparatus. We run… learn more >

Grand County Wildfire Council

Grand County Wildfire Council (GCWC) is a non-profit, community-based educational outreach program for the residents and visitors of Grand County, Colorado. GCWC consists of members from local, state, and federal government agencies, the local fire departments, homeowner groups, local businesses, and concerned citizens. The mission of GCWC is through education and action, promote wildland fire… learn more >

Glacier View Fire Protection District

Your Glacier View Fire Department is composed of neighbors and residents just like you. Your Fire Department provides emergency medical, fire suppression, and rescue services to the nearly 1600 residents across 56 square miles of our community. Each year, your volunteers respond to approximately 100 emergency calls, including assisting neighbors in Livermore, Red Feather Lakes,… learn more >

Genesee Fire Rescue

The Genesee Fire Protection District (GFPD) is located just west of Denver at an elevation of 7,800 feet. GFPD includes the communities of Genesee, Genesee Village, and Chimney Creek, and the Genesee Business District and Genesee Town Center. Genesee Fire Rescue (GFR), the operational arm of GFPD, was founded in 1973. GFR is a combination… learn more >

Fire Adapted Bailey

Fire Adapted Bailey is a 501(c)(3) Colorado nonprofit corporation affiliated with Fire Adapted Colorado, serving north Park County from Woodside to Kenosha Pass. Fire Adapted Bailey has a working group comprised of: Five active Bailey area Firewise communities Platte Canyon Fire Protection District Platte Canyon Fire Protection District Wildland Fire Module Elk Creek Fire Protection… learn more >

Evergreen Fire/Rescue

Evergreen Fire/Rescue’s Mission – Protect life, property, and the environment through prevention, preparedness, education and emergency response. Our team consists of volunteers and paid staff providing around the clock emergency medical, rescue, and fire suppression services along with fire inspection and education to nearly 26,000 residents across more than 120 square miles.

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Estes Valley Watershed Coalition

The Estes Valley Watershed Coalition envisions a healthy watershed that is resilient to extreme events, sustains diverse habitats for flora and fauna, and enhances the quality of life for our community. EVWC was created to lead local Estes Valley flood recovery and restoration projects by partnering with the Estes community. Our mission is to bring… learn more >

Elk Creek Fire Protection District

The Elk Creek Wildland division is an organization dedicated to implementing the goals of Fire Adapted Communities within and around its boundaries centered on Conifer, CO in Jefferson County. Elk Creek Fire Protection District’s mission is to encourage and promote fire safety and fire prevention, provide fire suppression and emergency medical services, and make the… learn more >

East Grand County Fire Protection District #4

The East Grand County Fire Protection District No. 4 is dedicated to the preservation and protection of the residents and visitors to the Fraser Valley by providing volunteer firefighters with quality training, a strong fire prevention program, and up-to-date apparatus and equipment. East Grand County Fire Protection District serves the towns of Winter Park, Fraser,… learn more >

Eagle Valley Wildland

Eagle Valley Wildland is a collaborative partnership between multiple agencies dedicated to reducing the risk of wildfires through mitigation, suppression and community education. Includes Great Eagle Fire District, Gypsum Fire, Eagle River Fire Protection District, Eagle Valley Wildland, and Eagle County.  

Eagle County Wildfire Mitigation

Eagle County Wildfire Mitigation is focused on resiliency planning and creating fire adapted communities by reducing wildfire risk in the Wildland Urban Interface / Intermix within Eagle County. They negotiate with homeowners, developers, builders, local fire authorities, and others in order to achieve workable solutions while maintaining the integrity of Eagle County’s Wildfire Regulations.

Douglas County Government

The Douglas County Wildfire Mitigation Staff plans, prepares, and implements forest management and natural resources stewardship projects on county-owned open space lands. In the last decade a significant amount of Colorado’s forests have been lost or damaged due to insects, disease, and high intensity wildfires. Forest management and vegetation treatments are designed to increase forest… learn more >

Colorado Springs Utilities

Colorado Springs Forest Management Program manages the municipal watersheds for the city of Colorado Springs. The program utilizes hazard risk modeling and diverse partnerships to aid in the protection and management of forested environments within municipal watersheds.

Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed

Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed (CPRW) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Fort Collins, CO, dedicated to improving and maintaining the ecological health of the Poudre River Watershed through community collaboration in Larimer County.

Boulder Fire-Rescue

Our City encompasses 27 square miles of land and is surrounded by 71 square miles of city Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP). We respond to more than 10,000 emergencies annually. Fighting structural, wildland and other fires; Responding to medical emergencies, rescue situations, hazardous material releases, and natural disasters; Boulder Fire-Rescue believes that community risk… learn more >

Big Thompson Watershed Coalition

The Big Thompson Watershed Coalition (BTWC) formed as a 501(c)3 to help private and public landowners collaborate recovery efforts after the 2013 state-declared flooding emergency. Today, we continue to build a bright future in northern Colorado by working with dedicated partnerships in multiple sectors to reduce risks to the health and integrity of this river… learn more >

Aspen Fire Protection District

Aspen Fire is comprised of 43 dedicated career and volunteer, emergency service professionals, all of whom are highly capable and proud to serve our wonderful community and our many visitors. Inside the Aspen Fire Protection District boundaries exist some of the most beautiful 87 square miles of the Colorado Rockies, the idyllic city of Aspen,… learn more >

Air Force Academy

The Natural Resources program manages the forests, rangelands, wetlands, wildlife, recreational fishing lakes, and multi-use trails on the US Air Force Academy, Farish Recreation Area, and Bullseye Auxiliary Airfield in Colorado Springs, CO. Their mission is, in support of the military education and training mission, to conserve and enhance the Air Force Academy’s natural resources… learn more >

Colorado Water Center

The Colorado Water Center (CoWC) brings together the work of the Colorado Water Institute and the CSU Water Center. The CoWC serves to lead interdisciplinary research, education, and engagement to address today’s most pressing water issues in Colorado and beyond, and connect diverse water stakeholders to resources and expertise. The Colorado Water Center leads interdisciplinary… learn more >

Wildfire Research Center (WiRē)

The mission of the WiRē Center is to support evidence-based community wildfire education efforts so that communities can live with wildfire. Specifically, the WiRē Center provides personalized expertise and support to collect, interpret, and use paired parcel-level wildfire risk and social data. The WiRē Approach enables partners to effectively allocate resources and engage with residents.… learn more >

USFS Region 2

As part of the National Forest System, the Rocky Mountain Region (R2) enjoys a proud heritage in the Forest Service. The Shoshone National Forest in Wyoming and the White River National Forest in Colorado are among the first National Forests Congress created from the original Forest Reserves. The Region, headquartered in Lakewood, Colorado, comprises 17… learn more >

The Ember Alliance

The Ember Alliance’s mission is to restore the relationship between communities and fire on the landscape; we envision a world where communities thrive with fire. The Ember Alliance focuses on three core areas to support our mission: Collaborative planning to prepare communities for wildfire: The Ember Alliance conducts wildfire risk and hazard assessments, develops Community… learn more >

Team Rubicon

Team Rubicon is a veteran founded, 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to helping communities and people better prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters and humanitarian crises. Team Rubicon Colorado 5,800+ “Greyshirts” in the state 140+ volunteer leaders trained to NIMS/ICS standards through ICS 100/700 and 300/400

Rocky Mountain Restoration Initiative

Vision: Embrace Shared Stewardship principles by building a collaborative foundation to address challenges, identify opportunities and potential solutions that will lead to measurable and scalable results in the restoration of critical landscapes in the Rocky Mountains. The Rocky Mountain Restoration Initiative is a national pilot for shared stewardship co-convened by the USFS and the National… learn more >

FEMA Region 8, Mitigation Division

FEMA’s mission is, “Helping people before, during, and after disasters.” FEMA supports the people and communities of our Nation by providing experience, perspective, and resources in emergency management. FEMA works with State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial governments to support the Nation’s disaster and emergency management needs. The U.S. Fire Administration is an office within FEMA… learn more >

Colorado State Forest Service

Mission: To achieve stewardship of Colorado’s diverse forest environments for the benefit of present and future generations. The Colorado State Forest Service is the lead state agency for wildfire mitigation expertise and forest management. The CSFS provides resources to landowners, homeowners, communities and partner organizations to work together toward wildfire adaptation and landscape resilience. All… learn more >

Colorado Association of Realtors | Colorado Project Wildfire

Colorado REALTORS® are working to help reduce the threat of wildfires in our communities, find educational resources to share with homeowners, and discover ways you can become more involved. Over the past two decades, frequent, large, destructive wildfires have claimed hundreds of thousands of acres of land, damaged or destroyed hundreds of homes and structures,… learn more >

Vail Fire and Emergency Services

Vail Fire and Emergency Services is a department of the Town of Vail. The Department is an all risk fire department providing prevention, mitigation and emergency services to the town and surrounding area. Vail Fire has been highly engaged in wildfire risk reduction in our community since 2007. Over the past 13 years the department… learn more >

Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers

Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers (RFOV) is dedicated to creating public lands stewards through volunteer trail work and landscape restoration in the Roaring Fork and Middle Colorado watersheds in Pitkin, Garfield, Eagle, and Gunnison Counties. Founded in 1995, the organization has focused primarily on riparian/riverine and littoral restoration. Following the 2018 Lake Christine Fire in Basalt,… learn more >

Greater Eagle Fire Protection District

Greater Eagle Fire Protection District (GEFPD) includes the fire department that employs 14 career firefighters and 20 volunteer firefighters, who serve a residential population of more than 8,000 citizens in west-central Eagle County. GEFPD provides emergency services to a geographical area of over 190 square miles and includes residential, commercial, rural areas, and federal lands.… learn more >

Eagle River Fire Protection District

Eagle River Fire Protection District (ERFPD)’s primary purpose is to provide fire suppression, rescue, emergency medical, hazardous materials services, fire prevention, and public education to its residents, businesses, and visitors. ERFPD has 5 staffed fire stations, employs approximately 73 personnel, and serves a resident population of around 25,000 people within Eagle County, west and southwest… learn more >

Eagle County Wildfire Collaborative

The purpose of the Eagle County Wildfire Collaborative is to create wildfire resilience in Eagle County. Through a unified effort, the Eagle County Wildfire Collaborative inspires communities, agencies, and partners to understand and reduce the risk of wildfire through sustained adaptation to the County’s dynamic fire environment. The Eagle County Wildfire Collaborative reduces the wildfire… learn more >

West Metro Fire Rescue

West Metro Fire Rescue is an accredited, all-hazard fire department serving the communities of Lakewood, Wheat Ridge, Morrision, and parts of unincorporated Jefferson and Douglas counties along the west/southwestern edge of the Denver metro area. The West Metro Fire Rescue family is committed to protecting the community’s quality of life through prevention, preparedness, and all-hazards… learn more >

Coalition for the Upper South Platte

Coalition for the Upper South Platte is a watershed protection nonprofit focusing on forest ecological restoration and fuels mitigation, Fire Adapted Communities, wildfire restoration, water quality, trails, noxious weeds, and carbon offsets. CSUP serves 2600 square miles southwest of Denver and northwest of Colorado Springs, encompassing parts of Park, Clear Creek, Jefferson, Douglas, and Teller… learn more >

Dolores Watershed Resilient Forest

The Dolores Watershed Resilient Forest (DWRF) Collaborative is a network of key stakeholders and community members working together to make our community more resilient to wildfires and other natural disaster events in the critical upper Dolores River watershed. DWRF emphasizes protection of lives, property, infrastructure and water supplies. Participants identify and capitalize upon tree-thinning and… learn more >

West Region Wildfire Council

The West Region Wildfire Council promotes wildfire preparedness, prevention, mitigation, and education throughout Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, and San Miguel counties. Our mission is to mitigate loss due to wildfire in the wildland-urban interface.

Clear Creek Watershed & Forest Health Partnership

It is the mission of the Clear Creek Watershed & Forest Health Partnership to engage in collaborative, cross-jurisdictional planning and implementation of wildfire risk mitigation and forest health projects within the Clear Creek watershed. The Clear Creek Watershed spans from its western edge at the Continental Divide to the urbanized plains outside of Denver where… learn more >

Clear Creek Fire Authority

It is the mission of the Clear Creek Fire Authority to proudly honor the citizens, visitors and neighbors of the CCFA fire district by providing responsive, compassionate and effective services before, during and after an emergency to minimize the loss of life, property and environment.

Boulder Watershed Collective

The Boulder Watershed Collective primarily focuses on the Boulder Creek Watershed which includes portions of Boulder, Gilpin and Jefferson Counties. Our mission is to cultivate partnerships, promote community stewardship, and revitalize social and ecological systems within the Boulder Creek watershed and beyond. Our vision is to create a resilient Boulder Creek watershed where landscapes and… learn more >

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Wildfire Partners

Wildfire Partners is Boulder County’s mitigation program which supports collective and personal action to create wildfire-resilient communities. We educate, motivate and assist residents in preparing for future wildfires through individual home assessments in our mountain and foothills communities (West Boulder County), with community mitigation in neighborhoods where homes are located closer to one another (East… learn more >

Arkansas River Watershed Collaborative

The Arkansas River Watershed Collaborative (ARWC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that grew out of the process of wildfire and its effects on water and communities. As fires in the Arkansas River Basin and across the state were becoming more intense and frequent, the need for organized community and agency partnerships to address impacts and preserve… learn more >

Wildfire Adapted Partnership

Wildfire Adapted Partnership (WAP) is a non-profit organization that inspires, motivates, educates and serves individuals, organizations and communities joining together to protect lives and property from wildfire. WAP has wildfire education and wildfire mitigation incentive programs serving Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma and San Juan counties in Southwest Colorado. WAP (formerly FireWise) has been providing… learn more >

San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership

The San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership (SJHFHP) was established in 2009. The SJHFHP mission is to provide a forum to share stakeholder perspectives in order to develop science-based collaborative priorities for management and monitoring of forests in the Pagosa Ranger District of the San Juan National Forest in Southwestern Colorado.

2-3-2 Cohesive Strategy Partnership

The 2-3-2 Cohesive Strategy Partnership (2-3-2) strives to work together to protect and preserve the forest health, water quality, wildlife habitat, and communities within the San Juan, Chama, and Rio Grande Watershed Landscapes. 2-3-2 implements a cohesive approach that supports a coordinated, landscape-scale effort that emphasizes public and private partnerships, bridges geographic boundaries, and addresses… learn more >

South Metro Fire Rescue

South Metro Fire Rescue (SMFR) is an all-hazards, full-time fire department that serves a jurisdiction of 287 square miles in Arapahoe, Douglas, and Jefferson Counties with 540,000 residents before, during, and after emergencies. In addition to a robust Risk Reduction Bureau and Fire Marshal’s Office, SMFR also has their own dispatch center, fleet, and 650… learn more >

Southern Rockies Fire Science Network

What is a Fire Science Network? The southern Rocky Mountain region is faced with challenging wildfire conditions, such as: • Widespread increase in development • Dramatic change and decline in forest health • Abundant forest fuels and invasive plants • Drought and shifting weather patterns The Southern Rockies Fire Science Network (SRFSN) is a service… learn more >

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Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network

Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network (FAC Net) exists to connect and support people and communities who are striving to live more safely with wildfire. It offers community-based leaders resources, tools, and connections to reduce their wildfire risk and increase community resilience. The Network is a catalyst for spreading best practices and innovations in fire adaptation… learn more >

Community Wildfire Planning Center

The Community Wildfire Planning Center (CWPC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are based in Colorado and we work primarily in the western U.S. in wildland-urban interface communities. We create safe and vibrant communities by providing unparalleled expertise in wildfire mitigation and community planning. We are dedicated to empowering and educating state and local governments,… learn more >

Colorado Resiliency Office

The Colorado Resiliency Office (CRO), part of the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) Division of Local Government, helps communities understand the shocks and stresses they face, make connections across sectors to leverage resources and ideas, develop solutions that address multiple challenges, and build adaptability and preparedness into plans. We coordinate and collaborate across State… learn more >

Colorado Forest Restoration Institute

The Colorado Forest Restoration Institute is a science-based outreach and engagement organization hosted by the Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship and the Warner College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University. CSU is a land-grant university with a mission to provide teaching, research, public service, and engagement that CFRI strives to uphold. We were… learn more >

Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control

Mission: To serve and safeguard the people and protect the property, resources, environment, and quality of life in Colorado DFPC Sections Wildland Fire Management - DFPC’s priority wildland fire mission is to provide support, service, and assistance to local fire agencies and counties, in addition to filling resource and incident management gaps where they occur.… learn more >

Colorado Department of Natural Resources

“The Colorado Department of Natural Resources mission is to develop, preserve, and enhance the state’s natural resources for the benefit and enjoyment of current and future citizens and visitors. The Colorado Strategic Wildfire Action Program (COSWAP) was created after the devastating 2020 fire season by the Colorado legislature through the bi-partisan supported SB21-258 in the… learn more >

Coalitions and Collaboratives, Inc

COCO was formed in 2014 after about a year of research, thought, and planning. Coalition for the Upper South Platte (CUSP), their sister organization, was growing and becoming a nationally recognized leader in the field and groups outside the watershed were calling on CUSP for assistance and input. It was these regular calls for help… learn more >

Bureau of Land Management Colorado

The BLM manages 8.3 million acres of public lands and 27 million acres of federal mineral estate in Colorado, ranging from alpine tundra, colorful canyons and sagebrush steppe to mountains rising more than 14,000 feet above sea level. Most of our public lands are concentrated on Colorado’s Western Slope. We manage this land for a… learn more >