Our home at Colorado State University gives us access to abundant resources and cutting-edge knowledge which we apply to our work in forest collaboration, forest science, and forest health and resilience.
Our role is to provide engagement, knowledge, and science support to our collaborative partners which helps guide collaborative decision-making informed by best available science.
Using forest science and collaboration, CFRI offers actionable knowledge to groups we work with in the form of locally relevant, locally appropriate, science-informed solutions.
This paper examines how heterogeneous restoration treatments impact light availability using a combined field and simulation approach that is now available online. One of the major take-aways is that altering spatial pattern of overstory trees presents several trade-offs among effects …
Marin is a CFRI Reasearch Associate. Read more about her work, favorite plant, and field stories! If there’s one thing she wants everyone to know about forest science, it’s this: everything is very complex.
Potential Operational Delineations (PODs) are a strategic planning tool developed using a combination of local expertise and advanced spatial analysis. They identify the safest and most effective control lines used to contain a wildfire and can assist in integrating land …