Roaring Fork Conservancy Hosts Lake Christine Post-Fire Panel Discussion
Approximately six months after the Lake Christine Wildfire, key organizations are convening to share information and discuss ongoing collaborative efforts to address post-fire impacts.
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RFC partners with local, state and federal agencies to initiate planning and development for long-term restoration effort of Lake Christine burned area.
Roaring Fork Conservancy is leading a fund raising effort to address impacts of the Lake Christine Fire. Our goal is to raise money and partner with the Colorado Parks & Wildlife, Colorado State Forest Service, the U.S. Forest Service, the BLM and Eagle County to develop and implement a long-term restoration effort for the burned area.