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Boulder Tree Recovery

In September 2013, City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department forestry staff discovered an EAB infestation within the city. The estimated number of public, private, and naturalized ash in Boulder is over 70,000 trees. The Boulder Tree Recovery fund distributed 329 trees to Boulder residents in April 2017 to replace those lost to EAB. Here’s a glimpse into the tree distribution event.

Big Thompson Tree Recovery

Hundreds of trees were damaged or lost following massive floods in September 2013. Nearly 8 inches of rain fell in 48 hours near Estes Park. Watch the video to see how new trees have helped the Big Thompson Canyon area.

Tree City USA

The Tree City USA program recognizes more than 3,400 communities across the country for sound forestry programs. We talk with Dana Coelho, urban and community forestry manager for the U.S. Forest Service’s Rocky Mountain Region, about Tree City USA and the importance of urban forestry.

White River National Forest & Breckenridge Mountain

We talk with Doozie Martin, program manager for Friends of the Dillon Ranger District, about White River National Forest, the most visited national forest in the country and one of our early reforestation sites.

Reforestation & Blue River

We visit Colorado’s Blue River that runs through White River National Forest. The river is a popular destination for fishing. Learn how the trees along the banks help wildlife and about the role they play in the forest.