Forest health and wildfire mitigation work on Monarch Pass is moving along successfully with 115 of 185 acres of treatment area completed. The cut-to-length steep slope equipment being used for the first time in Colorado is proving safe, effective and efficient. The specialized equipment is designed to remove trees on steep slopes with technical terrain that has previously made thinning impossible on the pass. Crews are working hard to complete the project before the deep snow flies, most likely by early November. Learn more about the project.
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