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Colorado Forests in the News:

To control forest fires, Colorado and other western states light more of their own - The Denver Post
Late spring snowstorm damage your trees? Here’s what you need to know. - The Denver Post
Spring snowstorm closes schools, snarls traffic around Colorado Springs - Colorado Springs Gazette
To Control Forest Fires, Western States Light More of Their Own - Governing
USDA Invests Millions and is now Accepting Applications to Protect Communities from Wildfires - North Forty News
Late-spring storm wallops Pikes Peak region - Colorado Springs Gazette
Cleanup ahead after late-spring storm wallops Pikes Peak region - Colorado Springs Gazette
The struggle to save Colorado's forests in a changing world - Rome News-Tribune
City celebrates Arbor Day - The Dickinson Press
Controlled Burns Lower Wildfire Risks. These Western States Struggle To Set More Of Them. - HuffPost
Neguse: Feds should give states more say in burn bans on U.S. lands - The Colorado Independent
Tropical forests could soon lose their 'enchanted mist' - Popular Science
Community Agriculture Alliance: Natural Resource Conservation Service assistance available - Steamboat Pilot & Today
'World's largest and fastest squirt gun' ready to help fight wildfires - AZCentral
Spruce beetle infestation worsens in Colorado forests - FOX 31 Denver
Boulder Named Tree City USA For 35th Consecutive Year -
Preparing Future Faculty program at MSU helps graduate students prepare for careers in academia - Mississippi State Newsroom
Bauer Built Awards Six Scholarships - Commercial Business - Modern Tire Dealer
Endangered Species Day 2019: List of Most Threatened Animals and Plants in the U.S. and World - Newsweek
Energy equity: bringing solar power to low-income communities - GreenBiz
The New West: Momentous debate over Gallatin wilderness - Explore Big Sky
Cooling Wood: An Eco-Friendly Building Material - Newswise
New cooperative in southern Colorado could bring value, management to beetle kill forests - Colorado Springs Gazette
Forestry Technician (Fire Dispatch) (Senior Fire Dispatcher) Job in Craig, Colorado - Department of the Interior - LemonWire
Plans in place to thin thousands of acres of Pike National Forest, from Woodland Park to Manitou Springs - Colorado Springs Gazette
Big Guns Want 230,000 Acres Of Gallatins Near Yellowstone Protected As Wilderness - Mountain Journal
City offers free mulch to Colorado Springs residents following March blizzard clean up - Colorado Springs Gazette
Greeley's Forestry Department seeks volunteers for tree planting - Greeley Tribune
Colorado State Forest Service says beetle kill was widespread across state in 2018 - KOAA 5
City Forestry continues to cleanup downed trees in Colorado Springs - KRDO
Public slash and mulch meeting to address forest safety, cleanup - Colorado Springs Gazette
Wildfires in Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona force closure of large chunks of forest - USA TODAY
Back In The Day, Front Range Forests Were Thinner And That Was Better For Wildfires - Colorado Public Radio
Communities Want Trees Thinned. Timber Companies Want Contracts. So What's The Problem? - The Pew Charitable Trusts
State entomologist: Lake Christine Fire burn area ripe for Douglas fir beetle infestation - Glenwood Springs Post Independent
64 things to do this summer around Western North Carolina. 32 of them are free - Asheville Citizen-Times
U.S. Forest Service taking applications through Wednesday for seasonal jobs - Aspen Times
Forest Service hiring 300 seasonal people in the Rocky Mountain region - Vail Daily News
Is it time to protect your ash trees from the emerald ash borer? - The Coloradoan
Did Hickenlooper's Rural Jobs Plan Have An Impact? Here's One County's Experience - Colorado Public Radio
Second Woman To Head U.S. Forest Service Has Deep Background In The West - KRCC
Neguse bill on Colorado wilderness gets hearing -
Trump’s executive order will aggressively cut more forest trees - The Washington Post
Bomb cyclone takes a toll on Colorado Springs trees -
Partial federal government shutdown will mean no staffing, safety concerns for White River National Forest - Glenwood Springs Post Independent
K&L Gates Carolinas Environmental Update: A quarterly update on environmental issues and solutions for clients in the Carolinas - JD Supra
Aerial Survey: Bark Beetle Outbreaks Expanding In Colorado - Estes Park news
Denver is looking for a unicorn tree and other things we learned about urban forestry - Denverite
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
Volunteer tree planting to focus on 'Right Tree for the Right Place' April 19 - Source
Colorado Forests Continue to Be Ravaged by Bark Beetle Infestation - Our Community Now at Colorado
Forest Service hiring 300 temporary employees for 2019 field season -
Tree Assessment Could Give City 'A Leaf Up' In Maintaining Canopy - KRCC
In Their Words: Stories Of 3 Northern Coloradans Struggling Through The Shutdown - KUNC
Trump's order will cut more forest trees and some public tools to stop it - Mail Tribune
Colorado Springs Finishes Tree Canopy Assessment - KRCC
Climate change limits forest recovery after wildfires - Science Daily
Logging on: CSU club hosts timber sports competition - Source
Proactive Fuel Breaks Protect Nearly $1 Billion in Homes, Infrastructure During Colorado Wildfire -
Restoring the Colorado: Bringing New Life to a Stressed River - Yale Environment 360
Weed District, Forestry Summer Hours and Details for No Spray Zones - North Forty News
Forest Health Report Focuses on Dealing with Colorado's Dead Trees - North Forty News
How much can forests fight climate change? -
San Juan National Forest to reopen on June 21 - The Denver Channel
Loveland’s Round Mountain closed during forest thinning project - Loveland Reporter-Herald
Agriculture, timber take center stage | News - Independent-Messenger
Predicting how forests in the western US will respond to changing climate - EurekAlert
As wildfire risk increases in Colorado and the West, home insurance grows harder to find - The Denver Post
Post-Blizzard Cleanup Of Downed Trees In Colorado Springs - KRCC
The West's Great River Hits Its Limits: Will the Colorado Run Dry? - Yale Environment 360
Juniper trees recover in Southwest Colorado - The Journal
Forest Service announces new Pacific Northwest regional forester - Capital Press
Forest Service Hiring Over 900 Workers for Rocky Mountain Region -
San Juan National Forest to begin hiring for 2019 season - The Journal
Fort Collins to uproot thousands of ash trees as invasive beetle creeps closer - The Coloradoan
Fire blight emerging as latest threat to Boulder County urban forests - Boulder Daily Camera
The US Forest Service is hiring for next spring and summer - KKCO-TV
Better forest management won't end wildfires, but it can reduce the risks – here's how - The Conversation - US
On the Water-Starved Colorado River, Drought Is the New Normal - Yale Environment 360
Half of Coloradans live in areas at risk of wildfires - Source
Forest Service hiring 900 temporary employees for 2019 field season -
How Wildfires Are Polluting Rivers and Threatening Water Supplies - Yale Environment 360
Shorter, warmer winters set Colorado for drought, fire - Rocky Mountain Collegian
U.S. States Finalize Plan to Reduce Water Usage on the Colorado River - Yale Environment 360
Megafires More Frequent Because Of Climate Change And Forest Management - NPR
Colorado lawmaker says shutdown threatens wildfire preparedness - KKTV 11 News
Forest Service to remove 360000 acres of dead trees in huge project out West -
Climate change, wildland development usher in higher fire risks for Aspen, Roaring Fork Valley - Aspen Times
Social Carrying Capacity Politspeak Bamboozle - The Wildlife News
San Juan National Forest hiring temporary positions for 2019 - The Durango Herald
‘The New Normal’: Wildfires Roar Across the West, Again - The New York Times
Opinion | To Help Prevent the Next Big Wildfire, Let the Forest Burn - New York Times
Colorado fall colors guide 2018: Where and when to go - The Coloradoan
Rebuilding Wet Meadows Through Shared Stewardship -
Recovering forests important to conservation - Science Daily
Spring Creek Fire in Colorado among more than 60 large wildfires burning across U.S. - CBS News
Fighting Fire with Fire: California Turns to Prescribed Burning - Yale Environment 360
Running Dry: New Strategies for Conserving Water on the Colorado - Yale Environment 360
Live Blog: News5 coverage of blizzard impact on Colorado - KOAA 5
Federal shutdown has halted training, other wildfire prep — and it could get worse - Sacramento Bee
"Colorado Forestry" - Google News
Thursday, May 23, 2019