Big Thompson Watershed Coalition

Big Thompson Watershed Coalition will host a Wildfire and Community Planning Workshop at the Glen Haven Town Hall on Thursday, December 12th from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. This public workshop will focus on wildfire mitigation. There will be guest speakers, a panel Q&A session, community-planning activities, and light refreshments.


Wildfire and Community Planning Workshop

On: Thursday, December 12th

From: 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

At: Glen Haven Town Hall (7408 CR-43 Glen Haven, CO 80532)

With: Guest speakers on regional wildfire mitigation efforts, emergency response, Community Wildfire Protection Plans, and defensible space

Including: Panel Q&A, community-planning activities, hard copy and digital resources, and light refreshments

Join Big Thompson Watershed Coalition and project partners City of Loveland – Parks and Recreation and Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed for our third workshop on wildfire, forestry, and community planning. This final workshop of 2019 is meant to be a place for community members to connect with one another, as well as with land managers, emergency response personnel, and a local watershed coalition.

The workshop is open to all and will provide attendees a chance to learn about, discuss, and provide feedback on wildfire safety, community planning, and current wildfire mitigation efforts across public and private lands in Northern Colorado. The hope is the workshop will strengthen connections and pave the way for partnerships between Big Thompson communities and the Big Thompson Watershed Coalition.

So come check out the workshop and help prove that the more we work together, the stronger we are! For more information contact us at or on our Facebook page at Big Thompson Watershed Coalition.

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