2015-2017 PRESENTATIONS

KEYNOTE: Shawna Legarza

Wildfire Matters - A Multi-Faceted Approach

Firewise and Waterwise Landscaping

Managing Wildfire Risks to Municipal Watersheds

'Nudges' in the WUI

CO Springs Utilities - Watershed Management & Planning

Utilization of Burnt Timber in the Black Forest

The Wildfire Research (WiRe) Team

Hazardous Wildland Fuels Treatments - Projects and Performance

Partnering with the "Other Stakeholder" - The Private Sector

Community Wildfire Resilience: The REALTOR® perspective

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Risk, Growth, and Change: Resilience for the Long-term

Retrofits to Reduce Structural Ignitability

No Money? No Problem!

Adapting to Growth and Changing Conditions: Tools for a Resiliant Colorado

Including Resiliency in Wildfire Mitigation Programs and Projects: How and Why

Fire Adapted Colorado: Barriers to Breakthrough

Bringing Advanced Technology to Wildland Firefighting

Language that Motivates and Generates Results

Beyond Assessments, Modeling, and Education

Community Engagement on Hazards: Knowledge to Action

Messaging to Mitigation: Community Engagement That Leads to the Implementation of CWPP's

There's an App For That!

Where You Stand Depends on Where You Sit

Fire Adapted Colorado: Growing a Statewide Network

How to Throw Your Wildfire Planning in the Dirt

Getting Residents Wild About Wildfire

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