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.

Key services:
  • Community engagement: tours, online messaging, and resources on wildfire, prescribed fire, managed fire and smoke
  • Local decision-maker and land manager engagement surrounding disaster planning, recreation development and messaging, fireshed and watershed connectivity
To sign up for emergency notifications, visit Archuleta County Citizens Alert. To learn about county burn restrictions and permitting information, visit Pagosa Fire permits.
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