The Front Range Roundtable was formed to "serve as a focal point for diverse stakeholder input into efforts to reduce wildland fire risks and improve forest health through sustained fuels treatment along the Colorado Front Range."
Roundtable Published Documents
2014 12/09/14: From the Landscape Restoration team:
From Yvette Dickinson and the Spatial Heterogeneity subteam, Desirable Forest Structures for a Restored Front Range (PDF 3.5m). As part of the Front Range CFLRP, the Spatial Heterogeneity subteam has been engaged in a process to refine the desired conditions of forest structure across the Front Range landscape, and this report documents the process and the best current understanding of desired conditions of forest structure for the Front Range.
From Yvette Dickinson and Emma Giles, Monitoring Landscape-Scale Forest Heterogeneity: A Protocol (PDF 2.5m). In response to the Front Range CFLRP objective of establishing "a complex mosaic of forest density, size and age," the Spatial Heterogeneity subteam helped create this document which outlines the method for monitoring the effectiveness of treatments in creating a structurally diverse forested landscape, and presents an example of these analysis methods.