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Colorado Project Wildfire

Funding Available for Projects Addressing Forest Health, Wildfire Risk

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – August 26, 2019 – Wildfires are both natural and inevitable – including in wildland-urban interface settings where millions of Coloradans live. These fires can be particularly destructive in areas where forests are unhealthy, unmanaged and unnaturally dense. For those interested in taking action, but who have lacked the means, funding is now available to help...

Highly detailed image of wildfire, fire in a forest.

Coloradans Always Live with Wildfire Threat

With more than half of the state’s population now living in or near areas that are prone to wildland fire, public and private organizations across the state are teaming up as a part of Wildfire Community Preparedness Day Saturday and Wildfire Awareness month to educate and help Colorado residents to prepare for the growing threats created by wildfires. ### According to the...

Red Rock Ranch Volunteers set to deliver wildfire preparedness materials to homeowners.

Successful Wildfire Preparedness Day

Sunshine and moderate temperatures welcomed Red Rock Ranch volunteers as they walked miles of roads hand delivering important wildfire preparedness information to nearly 200 homes.   The May 4 National Wildfire Community Preparedness Day is a nationwide activity sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association and State Farm Insurance to increase awareness of the wildfire threat and promote community preparedness.   [caption id="attachment_30870" align="aligncenter"...

Wildfire smoke filled highway in Southern Oregon, sign at roadside "FIRE ACTIVITY AHEAD".

May 4th Marks 6th Annual Wildfire Community Preparedness Day

DENVER – With more than half of the state’s population now living in or near areas that are prone to wildland fire, public and private organizations across the state are teaming up as a part of Wildfire Community Preparedness Day (May 4) to educate and help Colorado residents to prepare for the growing threats created by wildfires.   According to the Colorado...

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Capitol Connection: March 22, 2019

House Bill 19-1050: Encourage Use of Xeriscape in Common Areas   HB19-1050, sponsored by Rep. Brianna Titone (D-Arvada), extends current statute to allow property owners and a community's governing board or homeowners association (HOA) to provide xeriscape or drought-tolerant landscaping to common areas. However, the bill does not exempt special districts from water conservation law regarding xeriscape landscaping. ### Xeriscaping is a method of...

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Wildfire Preparedness: National Cohesive Wildland Fire Strategy Discussion

The Colorado Association of REALTORS® is proud to support the ongoing efforts and discussions taking place around Wildfire education, mitigation, safety and recovery for the residents throughout our state. As a part of our long-term commitment to work with local, state and federal agencies and organizations on these important issues, including our own Colorado Project Wildfire initiatives, we are proud to...