Colorado’s Forest Stewardship Program Updated:09/2015

Approximately 6 million acres of private forestland exist in Colorado. Like all natural resources, forests require proper management to be healthy and productive. By managing your forest, you can protect water quality, increase habitat diversity for wildlife and increase the growth rate of your trees.

In addition, properly managed forests can provide income, reduce the risk of wildland fire, help protect trees against insects and diseases, and even increase the value of your property.

To find out how you can participate in the Forest Stewardship Program please contact your local Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS) District Office.


Contact Colorado’s Forest Stewardship Program

 

Contact Colorado’s Forest Stewardship Program

Susan Matthews
Forest Management Division Supervisor
3843 Laporte Ave.
Fort Collins, CO  80521
Phone: (970) 491-6303
Fax: (970) 491-7736


Service Area

Statewide Program in:
  • Colorado