Accomplishments

Annual FRFTP Accomplishment Reports

2012 Report

In 2012, Partnership agencies treated 28,183 acres of hazardous fuels, bringing the nine-year treatment total to 291,990 acres. 2012 Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership Annual Report (994 KB pdf)

2011 Report

In 2011, Partnership agencies treated 36,499 acres of hazardous fuels, bringing the eight-year treatment total to 263,807 acres. 2011 Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership Annual Report (1.2 MB pdf)

2010 Report

In 2010, Partnership agencies treated 40,086 acres of hazardous fuels, bringing the seven-year treatment total to 227,308 acres. 2010 Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership Annual Report (4.8 MB pdf)

2009 Report

In 2009, Partnership agencies treated 38,907 acres of hazardous fuels, bringing the six-year treatment total to 187,222 acres. 2009 Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership Annual Report (927 KB pdf)

2008 Report

In 2008, Partnership agencies treated 31,023 acres of hazardous fuels, bringing the five-year treatment total to 148,315 acres. Also included in the report are the 2008 accomplishments of the Front Range Roundtable. 2008 Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership Annual Report (1.7 MB pdf)

2007 Report

In 2007, Partnership agencies treated 30,777 acres of hazardous fuels, bringing the four-year treatment total to 117,292 acres. Also included in the report are the 2007 accomplishments of the Front Range Roundtable. 2007 Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership Annual Report (970 KB pdf)

2006 Report

In 2006, Partnership agencies treated 34,629 acres of hazardous fuels, bringing the three-year treatment total over 86,000 acres. The Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership continued working with communities to create and implement Community Wildfire Protection Plans and, through the Roundtable, continued to engage more people in their forest health efforts. Read about project accomplishments throughout Colorado, current research in forest health, and the Roundtable update in the 2006 Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership Annual Report (2.0 MB pdf).

2005 Report

Nearly 25,000 acres of hazardous fuels were treated under the auspices of the Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership in 2005. In addition to treating acres, the Partnership engaged in numerous collaborative activities that benefited Front Range communities. Read about the Roundtable’s efforts, Community Wildfire Protection Plans, project accomplishments, and research in the 2005 Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership Annual Report (2.6 MB pdf).

2004 Report

The Partnership presents its 2004 accomplishments in the 2004 Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership Annual Report (1.6 MB pdf).

Success Stories - Residents and Agencies Working Together

Grant Helps Douglas County Landowners Create Healthy Forests and Reduce Wildfire Risk (2011) (231 KB pdf) 

State Agencies and Local Residents Collaborate to Safeguard Lory State Park, Visitors and Neighbors and Restore Forest Health (2007) (409 KB pdf) 

Snow Mountain Ranch Bites Back (2006) 322 KB pdf)

Wildacres Homeowners Survive with the Beetles (2006) (321 KB pdf) 

Environmentalist and Fire Protection District Work Together to Keep Communities Safe and Restore Forest Health (2005) (267 KB pdf)

Multiple Projects Underway to Reduce Hazardous Fuels in State Parks (2005) (306 KB pdf)

Forest Improvement Project at South Platte Hotel Helps Preserve and Protect Colorado History (2004) (160 KB pdf)