Colorado State University alum Jeff Stark has been named 2015 “Volunteer of the Year” by the Colorado State Forest Service.
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Front Range and northeast Colorado residents dealing with snow-damaged trees may now be wondering what actions to take to protect and repair them.
Starting in the late 1990s, Mike Hughes became the de facto forester responsible for providing the holiday trees delivered to the state capitol, CSU and other offices each December.
Ron Cousineau has been recognized by the Society of American Foresters with a 2015 Presidential Field Forester Award.
This year, the Colorado State Forest Service is celebrating its 60th anniversary – providing six decades of timely, relevant forestry information to Colorado.
The 14th Annual Fire Ecology Institute for Educators, a weeklong forestry and wildfire workshop offered by the Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS) and Project Learning Tree (PLT), brought educators from around the state to the Nature Place in Florissant, Colo., earlier this month.
For the fourth straight year, CSU is hosting a volunteer tree planting in April to recognize its designation as a Tree Campus USA – a status retained for promoting healthy trees and engaging students and communities in conversations about urban tree care.
Temperatures in Denver plunged from the high 60s to minus 14 degrees over just four days, and as a result, many trees suffered needle and bud damage that will impact tree health this year.