Register Now for Wildfire Workshop Next Week
El Paso, Douglas and Teller counties, CO – Temperatures have shot up, snow has melted and wildfires are happening in the Pikes Peak region. “On this Saint Patrick’s Day, we hope people spare some thought for the green of our forests and communities near the forest” says Vern Champlin of Pikes Peak Wildfire Prevention Partners (workshop details).
The Pikes Peak Wildfire Prevention Partners (PPWPP) does not endorse products, devices and systems that are marketed by private companies. Exterior home retardant and water application systems, foam and gel kits are just a few examples currently on the market. Read the full position paper: PPWPP Position Paper.
CSFS Shawna Crocker has found a rare orange fungus in the Black Forest burn area– look here under “Research.”
Report to the Governor of Colorado and legislature, September 2013
Watch our video about the Black Forest Fire of 2012. Hear from firefighters and homeowners, and learn how communities can reduce their risk.
Read PPWPP’s full Report to the Governor on the Black Forest Fire (12.2MB)
Pikes Peak Wildfire Prevention Partners is a non-profit organization and our field projects and public education efforts are primarily funded through donations and grants. We welcome your Donations.
Please consider becoming a member. Dues are just $35 a year.
Questions or Comments? Contact us:
Pikes Peak Wildfire Prevention Partners
P.O. Box 62819
Colorado Springs, CO 80962-2819