Conference check-in will be open the evening of September 29th and the conference will run until 3:30 pm on October 1st, 2020.
$295 until June 30
Late Registration after August 15 - $345
$50 discount for current FACO members
FREE Conference T-Shirt for current and new registrations
through June 30th.
An email with order details will be sent upon registration confirmation. Multiple colors and styles are available.
Pre and Post-Conference Opportunities!
Range, Riparian, and Rx Fires
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM September 29 -
A workshop is in the works in coordination with the Colorado Prescribed Fire Council. This will dovetail nicely with the afternoon tour.
Riparian and WUI Fire Tour & Mitigation Conversation
1:00 PM - 4:30 PM September 29 - No Charge
This tour will be led by Colorado Parks and Wildlife to Connected Lakes at James M. Robb-Colorado River State Park where a July 4, 2019 riparian fire burned through the state park and adjacent open space near a neighborhood. This tour will include a discussion of mitigation efforts pre-ignition, emergency response and reclamation after the fire. An additional state parks riverfront stop near the WUI will illuminate challenges and potential solutions associated with mitigation of fuels in public spaces that abut backyards.
Resource Mobilization Overview & Tour of Upper Colorado River Interagency Fire Management and Aviation Unit
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM October 1 - No Charge
This add-on opportunity is for participants who are interested in learning more about what firefighting resources are available in western Colorado and how they are prioritized and mobilized for incidents. A tour of the dispatch, air base, and multi-mission aircraft is also still scheduled for the late afternoon of October 1st, following the conclusion of the conference. This is a great bonus for participants who don't need to head out immediately.