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Working with ‘good fire’

Fire managers in Southwest Colorado are changing they way they respond to wildfires

Mancos Conservation District to receive $2.48 million federal grant

The grant, part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, is a ‘game-changer’ for the small district

Boebert touts legislative wins that Biden vows to veto

Bills, amendments and funding requests pass House

Durango Fire Marshal to shape wildfire building code on state board

Karola Hanks was nominated to serve as chair of the Wildfire Resiliency Code Board

Colorado’s latest tool to fight forest fires: Mushrooms

Infusing slash and wood chips on vast forest floors with mycelium could dampen fuel and improve soil quality, enthusiastic researchers say.

Two wildfires – one active, one stagnant – burn near Pagosa Springs

One blaze caused by lightning; cause of other fire undetermined

Colorado Senators push for permanent pay increase for federal firefighters

Michael Bennet, John Hickenlooper joined 11 other senators in urging action on pay increases for wildland federal firefighters as temporary increases face a rapidly approaching expiration date

Prescribed burns on 27,600 acres of San Juan National Forest scheduled for this fall

Conditions appear to be ‘really promising’

Fire restrictions lifted across Southwest Colorado

Montezuma County restrictions remain in place

Where there’s ‘smoke,’ there’s not always fire

Durango firefighters say ‘smoke scares’ not uncommon this time of year

Tropical storm pushes wildfire smoke into Southwest Colorado

Monsoonal moisture expected to return midweek

Playing with fire (mitigation)

Rising wildfire risk, impending state codes have HOAs and homeowners leaning into mitigation