Recent Submissions

  • Facts at a glance : 2016 

    Contributor:Colorado State Forest Service
    Date:2016
  • Why manage our forests? 

    Contributor:Colorado State Forest Service
    Date:2016-06-22
    As a visitor to the Colorado State Forest, you’ve likely come here to enjoy its aesthetics, solitude and wild, undeveloped setting. You might wonder what’s happening to the forestland when you see broad swaths of beetle-killed ...
  • Forest products : from marking to market 

    Contributor:Unknown
    Date:2013
    The purpose of this guide is to provide forest landowners the information and tools they need to help them successfully implement forest stewardship activities utilizing contracted services. The guide focuses on the steps ...
  • Treatment options for Douglas-fir tussock moth 

    Contributor:Unknown
    Date:undated
  • The role of widland fire in our forests 

    Contributor:Unknown
    Date:undated
  • FireWise construction : site design & building materials 

    Contributor:Bueche, David; Foley, Tim
    Date:2012
    Two factors have emerged as the primary determinants of a home's ability to survive a wildfire - quality of the defensible space and structural ignitability. Together, these two factors create a concept called the Home ...
  • Facts at a glance : 2015 

    Contributor:Unknown
    Date:2015
  • Facts at a glance : 2014 

    Contributor:Unknown
    Date:2014
  • Caring for Colorado's forests : an overview of the Colorado State Forest Service 

    Contributor:Colorado State Forest Service
    Date:2015?
    The mission of the Colorado State Forest Service is to achieve stewardship of Colorado's diverse forest environments for the benefit of present and future generations. The Colorado State Forest Service provides technical ...
  • Tree e-news 

    Contributor:Colorado State Forest Service
    Date:2006-2014
    Electronic newsletter highlighting education, training, events, etc. in regards to Colorado forestry.
  • Replanting in burn areas : tips for safety and success 

    Contributor:Colorado State Forest Service
    Date:2013?
    Many private landowners, volunteer organizations and other groups plant seedling trees to reforest areas burned by Colorado wildfires. Before heading out into the field to plant, the Colorado State Forest Service recommends ...
  • How to : quaking aspen 

    Contributor:Colorado State Forest Service
    Date:2012?
    The following brochure offers information on the management and treatment of burned quaking aspen trees on private property.
  • How to : Gambel oak & serviceberry 

    Contributor:Colorado State Forest Service
    Date:2012?
    The following brochure offers information on the management and treatment of burned gambel oak and serviceberry trees on private property.
  • How to : Douglas-fir 

    Contributor:Colorado State Forest Service
    Date:2012?
    The following brochure offers information on the management and treatment of burned Douglas-fir trees on private property.
  • How to : ponderosa & lodgepole pine 

    Contributor:Colorado State Forest Service
    Date:2012?
    The following brochure offers information on the management and treatment of burned ponderosy and lodgepole pine trees on private property.
  • How to : pinyon pine & juniper 

    Contributor:Colorado State Forest Service
    Date:2012?
    The following brochure offers information on the management and treatment of burned pinyon pine and juniper trees on private property.
  • News you can use! 

    Contributor:Colorado State Forest Service
    Date:2009-2014
    Electronic newsletter highlighting education, training, events, etc. in regards to Colorado forestry.
  • Community guide to Preparing and implementing a Community Wildfire Protection Plan 

    Contributor:Forest Guild
    Date:2008-08
    A supplemental resource guide to Preparing a community wildfire protection plan : a handbook for wildland-urban interface communities, March 2004.
  • Briefing paper : Community Wildfire Protection Plans 

    Contributor:Unknown
    Date:2005-05-11
    Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPPs) represent the best opportunity we have to address the challenges of the Wildland/Urban Interface (WUI) in a way that brings about comprehensive and locally supported solutions. ...
  • Minimum standards for developing Community Wildfire Protection Plans 

    Contributor:Colorado State Forest Service
    Date:2009-11-13
    Per Colorado Senate Bill 09-001, this publication is a description of the revised minimum standards and guidelines that counties should consider when developing Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPPs). The Healthy ...

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