COSA After the Marshall Fire – Living with Wildfire Learning Series


The Boulder Watershed Collective in partnership with The Northern Colorado Fireshed Collaborative and The Center for Sustainable Landscapes and Communities want to let you know about an upcoming Living with Wildfire Learning Series we are hosting, which includes two interactive webinars and one in-person event throughout the spring.

What: In this three-part learning series, we hope to shine a light on potential impacts and adaptations moving forward from the Marshall Fire (flyer attached).


Webinar 1: Studying Water and Air Contaminants After the Marshall Fire on Thursday, March 31st from 4:30-6:00pm (MT)

Webinar 2: Living in Fire Adapted Ecosystems – Our Built Environment on Thursday, April 28th from 4:30-6:00pm (MT)

In-person Event: Community Conversations – Curbside Wildfire Assessment & Planning coming this spring (more event details sent after registration)

Who: These events are especially geared toward those residents and community members in the Boulder County area interested to learn more about what they can do to adapt to living in fire prone grassland and forested ecosystems.

Register: Those interested are encouraged to sign up for one, two or all three of these events at:

For questions or comments, please email Erin Fried (erin).

We hope to see you there!

Erin Fried

Communication & Education Project Manager

Boulder Watershed Collective

1740 Fourmile Canyon Dr.

Boulder, CO 80302

(c) 303-817-9893

(o) 303-449-3333


I recognize that the Boulder Creek Watershed sits upon land within the territories of the Ute, Cheyenne, and Arapaho peoples. Further, I acknowledge that 48contemporary tribal nations are historically tied to the lands that make up the state of Colorado.

Living with Wildfire Flyer.pdf