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Conservation partners target 300,000 acres in Southwest Colorado

Rocky Mountain Restoration Initiative unites wildlife protection with wildfire mitigation

The final phase of restoration in Glenwood Canyon turns to debris-choked Colorado River

The Colorado Department of Transportation is orchestrating the removal of hundreds of thousands of tons of debris flushed down the walls of Glenwood Canyon in July deluge

First project for newly formed wildfire mitigation group: Durango homeless camp

Crews build half-mile line around encampment

Feel good about your Christmas tree with help from Southwest Colorado conservation group

San Juan Mountains Association doubles impact of wildfire mitigation efforts

Risk of human-caused wildfires a growing concern in San Juan Mountains

As Colorado’s climate becomes warmer and drier, fires can spark easier and burn larger

Power in numbers? Three Durango-area entities to tackle wildfire mitigation

Group seeks to expand, accelerate efforts to alleviate threats

Report says it takes too long to deliver federal money to areas hit by floods, wildfires

Sen. Bennet aims to improve the Emergency Watershed Protection Program

Pilot death is second amid late season wildfires in Rockies

DENVER – Authorities on Wednesday were investigating the death of a pilot who crashed while fighting a wildfire near Rocky Mountain National Park at night, the second person to die amid wind...

Fire drill proves to be good practice for next generation of wildland firefighters

Outdoor workshop breaks down issues around fuels, topography and weather

Durango and Montrose interagency wildfire dispatch centers could close down

Proposal recommends consolidation from six dispatch centers to three in Colorado

Colorado doesn’t have a statewide building code. Would enacting one help protect homes against wildfire?

A handful of state lawmakers are interested in the idea, in part to secure more federal dollars

Durango receives funding to do wildfire mitigation around neighborhoods that border overgrown wildlands

$146,000 grant will help reduce fire risk near residential structures