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How to have a backcountry campfire in Colorado

The short answer is: Don’t. But if you do, here are some expert tips

Wildfire west of Pagosa Springs prompts evacuations

Small number of homes threatened, none lost to 120-acre blaze

Wildfire south of Durango grows to 126 acres

Up to 100 additional firefighters expected to respond to blaze

Railroad sues insurance over 416 fire coverage

Were fire and subsequent mudslides one incident or two? That’s the $25 million question

Environmentalists sue over logging plans in San Juan National Forest

The Salter project, located on 22,346 acres near Dolores, was approved in 2021

U.S. senators urge long-term wildland firefighter pay increase

Inflation and tough housing market help justify higher paychecks

A wildfire camera bill repeatedly fails. Secret survey results at the Capitol might explain why

Lawmakers on both sides of aisle praise legislation, but then it goes nowhere

Prescribed burn north of Bayfield expected to wrap up today

1,300 acres are being treated in the Beaver Meadows and First Notch areas

Durango Air Tanker Base opens for fire season

Agencies gathered Wednesday for training on aerial resources

Brush burns increase risk of wildfire

Burn permits are required within Farmington city limits, county regions

Animas City Mountain burning expected to resume Friday

More smoke expected as Bureau of Land Management burns larger area

Animas City Mountain prescribed burn underway

After years of planning, a controlled wildfire is just what the doctor ordered