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.
Authors from CFRI and our sister SWERI, ERI, came together to analyze how collaborative groups adapt and remain resilient to internal and external disruptions (e.g., turnover, biophysical disturbances, legal challenges, policy changes) in a new paper. How do disruptions impact …
Listen on Spotify, Anchor, and Google Podcast Welcome to our Colorado Forest Restoration Institute (CFRI) Demystifying Data podcast where we break down the lingo, pull back the curtain, and share the CFRI secret sauce on developing science informed, locally relevant …