Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership

Reducing Wildland Fire Risk through Sustained Fuels Treatment

The Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership is a dynamic alliance of federal, state and local governments; land management agencies; private landowners; conservation organizations; and other stakeholders who are committed to reducing wildland fire risks through sustained fuels treatment.

Key to the Partnership’s success is extensive public involvement, participation from local governments, collaboration in identifying and supporting specific project areas and types of treatment, and building on earlier successful projects such as the Upper South Platte Watershed Restoration Project, the Winiger Ridge Project, Cheesman Reservoir, and the Polhemus prescribed burn.

fuels reduction projects research and education
Fuels Treatments Research and Education