GPWFM in the Press

 
Interview between Daniel Godwin, Assistant Director of Fire Management and AIM staff.

Interview between Daniel Godwin, Assistant Director of Fire Management and AIM staff.

Following the 2011 Las Conchas fire, the Rio Grande Water Fund was created to bankroll programs like the All-Hands All-Lands Burn Team, which conducts prescribed burns in northern New Mexico. Illustration by Maddy Olson

Following the 2011 Las Conchas fire, the Rio Grande Water Fund was created to bankroll programs like the All-Hands All-Lands Burn Team, which conducts prescribed burns in northern New Mexico. Illustration by Maddy Olson

The Four Mile Canyon Fire two hours after ignition, seen behind a 1989 fire scar. Credit: Sugarloaf Fire Protection District

The Four Mile Canyon Fire two hours after ignition, seen behind a 1989 fire scar. Credit: Sugarloaf Fire Protection District

AIM PARTNERSHIP SPOTLIGHT

Coalitions and Collaboratives, Inc.

August 28, 2019

 
 

This New Mexico Group Shows how the West can Better Embrace Fire

Bitterroot Magazine

Elizabeth Miller

July 26, 2019

 

 

 

Fantastic Failure: False Hope and the Four Mile Canyon Fire

Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network
Dave Lasky
January 4, 2018

Map of the Fourmile fire near Boulder, showing heat detected by the MODIS satellite at 4:18 a.m. Sept. 8, 2010. Map by Wildfire Today and NASA. Credit: Wildfire Today.

Map of the Fourmile fire near Boulder, showing heat detected by the MODIS satellite at 4:18 a.m. Sept. 8, 2010. Map by Wildfire Today and NASA. Credit: Wildfire Today.