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NRCS in Colorado 2012 Fire Rehabilitation Assistance - CTA

NRCS in Colorado 2012 Fire Rehabilitation Assistance

Collage of NRCS employees in forest

Conservation Technical Assistance (CTA)

Has your property been affected by wildfire? Are you unsure about what to do now and who to turn to for help? There are many factors that can affect your property after a wildfire. Because the vegetation that usually holds the soil in place has burned, there is no longer an anchor to stop soil from eroding. This can cause a whole new set of concerns such as debris flows, stream degradation, and noxious weed invasion. There are actions you can take now to help protect your property and avoid further damage.

The information in the “factsheets and within the “Colorado–Landowning Style” publication listed below” may be useful to you in making decisions about what practices to implement to help mitigate or recover from damage caused by a natural disaster. For technical assistance that will help in properly planning, installing, and maintaining practices to conserve your resources, contact your local NRCS field office office.

The Conservation Technical Assistance (CTA) program is a voluntary program that provides technical assistance supported by science-based technology and tools to help people conserve, maintain, and improve their natural resources.

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is the Department of Agriculture's principal agency for providing conservation technical assistance to private landowners, conservation districts, tribes, and other organizations through a national network of locally respected, technically skilled, professional conservationists. These conservationists deliver consistent, science-based, site-specific solutions to help private landowners voluntarily conserve, maintain, and improve the Nation's natural resource base. The Conservation Technical Assistance (CTA) Program is the foundation of this conservation technical assistance and serves to focus on natural resource issues at the local level that are of local, State, multi-state, and national concern.

Fire Rehabilitation Conservation Methods:

2012 Concrete Barrier Wall Fact Sheet
2012 Contour Sandbags Fact Sheet
2012 Contour Wattles Fact Sheet
2012 Dike Fact Sheet
2012 Diversion Fact Sheet
2012 Erosion Control Mats Fact Sheet
2012 Grade Stabilizers Fact Sheet
2012 Hand Raking Fact Sheet
2012 Hillside Home Drainage Fact Sheet
2012 Hydromulching Fact Sheet
2012 Log Erosion Barrier Fact Sheet
2012 Mechanical Scarification Fact Sheet
2012 Rock Check Fact Sheet
2012 Rock Outlet Protection Fact Sheet
2012 Sandbag Barrier Fact Sheet
2012 Sediment Basin Fact Sheet
2012 Seeding Fact Sheet
2012 Straw Bale Check Dam Fact Sheet
2012 Straw Bale Dike Fact Sheet
2012 Wire Fabric Gabion Fact Sheet