Boulder County Wildfire Mitigation Group
The Boulder County Wildlife Mitigation Group (BCWMG) was formed in 1989, shortly after the Black Tiger Fire destroyed 44 homes and burned 2,100 mountain forest acres in the Sugarloaf area. Resulting cooperation between federal, state and local government agencies and organizations laid the foundation for BCWMG, one of the nation's oldest partnered wildfire mitigation groups. The group creates wildfire mitigation by partnered efforts in ecosystem health and public outreach and information.
Minutes from the September meeting are available here.
The next BCWMG meeting is being scheduled for December.
Visit Colorado Forest Products for wood products aiding in forest restoration.
REVIEWED LINKS PAGES
BCWMG INFO



As part our public information effort, we have reviewed sites providing landowner information on wildfire mitigation, including those from dozens of national, state and local organizations and government agencies. The navigation bar to the left will take to you our reviewed links pages, which are designed to shorten landowner time to finding pertinent information.

BCWMG CONTRIBUTING PARTNERS
Boulder County Land Use Department
USDA Forest Service, Boulder District Colorado State Forest Service, Boulder Dist.
American Red Cross, Mile High Chapter Boulder Open Space & Mountain Parks Private Landowners & Home Associations
Forestry Contractors & Consultants Boulder County Firefighters Assoc. coloradoforestproducts.org
 

For further information, contact:
Eric Philips, Boulder County Wildfire Mitigation Coordinator
Boulder County Land Use Department;
PO Box 471, Boulder, CO 80306
Phone: 720-564-2625
Fax: 303-441-4856
email: ephilips@co.boulder.co.us