North Tarryall

Tarryall, Colorado

The project site in the Pike-San Isabel National Forest, Tarryall Colorado, aims to restore more resilient ecological conditions across Front Range forests, reduce catastrophic wildfire events and their impact on property, infrastructure and natural resources, and contribute to long term sustainability. The watersheds in the project area are critical community resources as they are a source of domestic water supply for the Denver metropolitan area.

This project will consist of timber sale prep and layout, Aspen stand enhancement, invasive species control and removal (Cheatgrass, Canada Thistle and Yellow Toadflax) and forest stand improvement including reforestation, hazardous fuel management and woody invasive species.


Our work will allow the USFS to reintroduce fire to the landscape via broadcast burning. 

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