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Fire & Forests Learning Series Part II: Post Fire Effects

Powerhouse Science Center 1333 Camino del Rio, Durango

Photo: Michael Remke Fire & Forests Learning Series Part II: Post-Fire Effects October 30th, 6-8 pm Powerhouse Science Center Durango, CO   This second night will focus on the current conditions of our forests and the effects of fire, both...

Fire & Forests Learning Series Part III: Resilience

Powerhouse Science Center 1333 Camino del Rio, Durango

Photo: Michael Remke Fire & Forests Learning Series Part III: Resilience Post 416 Fire November 6th, 6-8 pm Powerhouse Science Center Durango, CO   To close the series, we will direct the conversation to the lessons learned by our community...

Colorado Gives Day!

Give Where You Live! December 10th is Colorado Gives Day!   Southwest Colorado Gives is a regional champion of Colorado Gives Day, making it easer to Give Where You Live. San Juan Citizens Alliance is participating for the first time,...

MSI Forest & Fire Learning Series- Resilience

CULTIVATING RESILIENCE Discover what we've learned about resilience since the 416 Fire and existing actions that contribute to community resilience with Dr. Lorraine Taylor (Assistant Professor of Management, Fort Lewis College), Dr. Elizabeth Cartier (Assistant Professor of Management, Fort Lewis...

MSI Forest & Fire Learning Series- Moving Forward

MOVING FORWARD Learn about the social implications of post-fire landscape recovery and La Plata County's Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire (CPAW) with Dr. Chad Kooistra (Wildfire Management Research Project Lead, Public Lands Policy Group, Colorado State University) and Alison Layman...

Forest & Fire Learning Series: At the Nexus of Wildfire & Water

At the Nexus of Wildfire & Water Our 2nd evening will feature ongoing studies conducted by partners at Mountain Studies Institute (MSI) and Rocky Mountain Research Station (RMRS). Researchers Scott Roberts and Dr. Rhoades will share data and stories that...

Forest & Fire Learning Series: Adapting to the Unprecedented

Adapting to the Unprecedented For our 3rd evening, Emily Hohman will be explaining how 2020 was a challenging fire year across the US, with significant wildfire impacts and reductions in prescribed fire activity in some regions. Despite these challenges, many...

Forest & Fire Learning Series: The Chemistry of Wildfire Smoke

The Chemistry of Wildfire Smoke: The 4th installment of the Learning Series will feature Dr. Gilman and her research on the air quality impacts of wildfire smoke. Dr. Gilman will describe her work making detailed chemical measurements of biomass burning...

May Monthly Scoop: Jimbo Buickerood on the HD Mountains BioBlitz

Our May Monthly Scoop will feature Jimbo Buickerood, SJCA's lands and forest protection manager. Jimbo will provide an update on our upcoming BioBlitz in the HD Mountains and other public lands issues. Zoom registration is required to join this free...