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Colorado Forests in the News:

Colorado State Forest Service adds new forester in Pagosa Springs - Pagosa Springs Sun
CSU launches new graduate certificate in silviculture - Warner College of Natural Resources - Source
State trust lands arrangements under attack from all sides - Herald-Mail Media
Boulder County’s native bee species thrive in disturbed environments - Colorado Daily
SLOAN | Wilderness designation fends off humans — but not fires -
Though declining, spruce beetle remains top priority for state and federal agencies - Warner College of Natural Resources - Source
Educational Camps - Boulder Weekly
General Camps - Boulder Weekly
Outdoor Camps - Boulder Weekly
Boulder County crews, helicopter haul tons of trees from Heil Valley Ranch - Longmont Times-Call
Sexton named acting Modoc National Forest Supervisor | Local News - Herald and News
How Warming Winters Are Affecting Everything -
City of Boulder Recognized as a Tree City by the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations and the Arbor Day Foundation - City of Boulder
'Envision a Fire-ready Future' Commences, Chaffee Commissioners Approve New Wildfire Protection Plan - by Jan Wondra - The Ark Valley Voice
Exhibition focuses on humans' response to a changing climate - CU Boulder Today
What's the Largest Wildfire in Colorado's History? - - VENTS Magazine
Southwest Colorado chosen for $50 million forest project - The Journal
Jerrell Mock Could Be a Dark Horse to Make Team USA at the Marathon Trials - Runner's World
Climate change is transforming Western forests. And that could have big consequences far beyond wildfires. - The Colorado Sun
After a wet winter, will Colorado forest managers increase prescribed burns? - High Country News
Colorado Springs forestry crews finish bulk of 2019 damaged tree cleanup on schedule - KRDO
The struggle to save Colorado's forests in a changing world - Colorado Springs Gazette
Colorado State Forest Service adds new forester in Montrose - Montrose Daily Press
Colorado plans to abandon its battle against the emerald ash borer - The Colorado Sun
To control forest fires, Colorado and other western states light more of their own - The Denver Post
US Forest Service hiring over 900 temporary employees - Colorado Springs and Pueblo News
This Colorado ranch-made-lab is turning beetle-kill trees into lumber in the name of forest health - The Colorado Sun
Chip-And-Ship Forest Clearing May Help Prevent Wildfire Disasters - Colorado Public Radio
Forest management: Thinning out trees without setting fires, a way to renew woodlands - CBS News
The Earth Is Warming And That Means Spruce Beetles Are Getting Bigger (But It's Not All Bad News) - Colorado Public Radio
Photos Of The Year: Here's What 2019 Looked Like In Colorado - Colorado Public Radio
The Humble Pine Cone Will Help Restore Wildfire-Ravaged Colorado, New Mexico Forests - Colorado Public Radio
US chipping potatoes can now enter Japan year-round -
Restoring forests 1 tree at a time, to help repair climate - The Denver Post
Skoolies; preservation vs. profit; forest therapy (Heard Around the West) — High Country News – Know the West - High Country News
Forest Service needs to fill hundreds of temp jobs - Kotatv
Fires set stage for irreversible forest losses in Australia - The Denver Post
It's here: Emerald ash borer confirmed in Larimer County - Coloradoan
Boulder County will use helicopters to thin forest in Heil Valley Ranch - Boulder Daily Camera
The Rocky Mountain Restorative Initiative is a Trojan Horse for More Logging - CounterPunch
Forest management protected life, property from 2018 fires - Source
Forest-killing bark beetles also might help ecosystem, experts say - UPI News
Beauty from beetle-kill: Colorado companies make high-quality furniture, decor from dead trees - Colorado Springs and Pueblo News
Protecting the land | News, Sports, Jobs - Fort Dodge Messenger
Colorado Springs aims to plant over 18,000 trees by 2021 - Colorado Springs and Pueblo News
Spruce beetle infestation worsens in Colorado forests - The Denver Channel
Colorado ranch-made-lab turning beetle-kill trees into lumber in name of forest health - Aspen Times
Boulder's Emerald Ash Borer Quarantine Was Only A Delaying Action. Now The Real Fight Begins - Colorado Public Radio
University Hill Commercial Area Tree Removals Scheduled During University of Colorado - Boulder's Winter Break - City of Boulder
Discovery Channel's "Reclaimed" rehabs old Colorado mines - The Know
Late spring snowstorm damage your trees? Here’s what you need to know. - The Denver Post
OUT WEST ROUNDUP | Pine cone collectors harvest precious seeds; some conservatives push against death penalty -
Chaffee County applies for New Colorado State Fire Resiliency Grant - by Jan Wondra - The Ark Valley Voice
Bennet focuses on Key Colorado Priority Amendments to Senate Appropriations Bill - by Jan Wondra - The Ark Valley Voice
“Are we guardians or gardeners?” Decker fire highlights debate about how to fight wildfires in wilderness areas - The Denver Post
Experts: Little can be done to keep spruce beetle in check - Aspen Daily News
834 million dead trees put Colorado in danger of disaster - The Coloradoan
Forest Service issues draft decision for Muddy Pass - Vail Daily News
Western forests have a 'fire debt' problem — High Country News – Know the West - High Country News
As a way to fight climate change, not all soils are created equal - EurekAlert
A Tiny, Green Beetle Is Killing Thousands Of Colorado's Trees. Why It Can't Be Stopped - KUNC
Guest View: Forestry on cutting edge of climate crisis - The Register-Guard
Researchers outline policy approaches to transform fire management - EurekAlert
Hiking trails are a path to destruction for Colorado elk - High Country News
Forest health survey: 834 million standing dead trees in Colorado - Colorado State University News
Forest Service Positions Available for Seasonal Employees - Pagosa Daily Post
Move In 2019: 'It's historic, what's happening here' - Source
Forest Service hiring 300 seasonal people in the Rocky Mountain region - Vail Daily News
New cooperative in southern Colorado could bring value, management to beetle kill forests - Colorado Springs Gazette
Landowners urged to be proactive to prevent wildfires - The Durango Herald
The Forest Cookie Connection -
The Emerald Ash Borer Has Arrived In Broomfield. Here's What That Means - KUNC
Charred forests not growing back as expected in Pacific Northwest, researchers say - CBC News
Forest Service might limit public comments (Forest Service might limit public comments) — High Country News – Know the West - High Country News
Colorado Department of Agriculture set to lift Boulder County quarantine for emerald ash borer - Boulder Daily Camera
US Forest Service has 900 temp job openings - Summit Daily News
Neguse bill on Colorado wilderness gets hearing | News -
Our view: Rewarding Colorado ranchers who do it right - The Durango Herald
Officials Start Process To Lift Quarantine Amid Ash Borer Concerns - KUNC
13 Colorado stories worth a second (or first) look - The Colorado Sun
Arapaho & Roosevelt National Forests Awarded USDA Joint Chiefs' Award - North Forty News
Colorado company brings beetle-mania to furniture - Furniture Today
Public slash and mulch meeting to address forest safety, cleanup - Colorado Springs Gazette
Back In The Day, Front Range Forests Were Thinner And That Was Better For Wildfires - Colorado Public Radio
Emerald Ash Borer Breaks Quarantine, Confirmed In Broomfield & Westminster - CBS Denver
2nd Colorado case of emerald ash borer outside of quarantine confirmed - KUSA
Visiting Japanese students study Colorado forests, climate - Source
Drones And Planes Are Replacing Human Fire Lookouts - NPR
In the Black Forest fire, a parcel of land known as Section 16 showed both the value of mitigating and the consequences of not doing so - The Colorado Sun
City offers free mulch to Colorado Springs residents following March blizzard clean up - Colorado Springs Gazette
Plans in place to thin thousands of acres of Pike National Forest, from Woodland Park to Manitou Springs - Colorado Springs Gazette
Rebecca Barnes Receives Major NSF Grant for Carbon Watershed Research • Colorado College - Colorado College News
Hesperus man has been cutting wood for 30 years, and he can’t stop - The Durango Herald
News CC Earns Award for Stewardship of a Historic Landscape - Colorado College News
Meteorologists predict a mostly average winter in Southern Colorado - Colorado Springs Independent
Spring snowstorm closes schools, snarls traffic around Colorado Springs - Colorado Springs Gazette
Five Questions: Jeff Caputo loves Loveland’s trees - Loveland Reporter-Herald
TREX Assisting with Prescribed Burns - Pagosa Daily Post
Looking To History To Combat Wildfires - NPR
Is it time to protect your ash trees from the emerald ash borer? - The Coloradoan
"Colorado Forestry" - Google News
Friday, February 21, 2020