Natural Resources

For information about building permits, structural clean up, insurance, assistance available for the East Troublesome Fire, please use the link at the top of this page. 

The County is working with many groups on land recovery issues and potential assistance.  More information about that will be forthcoming in the next few weeks.  In the meantime, please check the Middle Park Conservation District website for land restoration information:  http://www.middleparkcd.com/east-troublesome-fire/

EAST TROUBLESOME FIRE USFS CLOSURE INFORMATION:  CLICK HERE

WILLIAMS FORK FIRE USFS CLOSURE INFORMATION: CLICK HERE

BLM Lands Closure Map in Grand County

Colorado Parks and Wildlife hunting information 

Big Game Hunting Brochure

Rocky Mountain National Park

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Grand County Natural Resources (GCNR) was created in response to the mounting natural resource issues facing Grand County. These issues include but are not limited to:  invasive species; Threatened and Endangered species; Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic; Forest health issues; and other environmental issues and concerns.

GCNR strives to implement sound natural resource management strategies for the protection and enhancement of local natural resources and to educate and assist the public of Grand County.  GCNR is engaged and involved with numerous natural resource programs and projects across the Grand County landscape. Many of our efforts are coordinated with private landowners, state and federal land management agencies, and our adjacent counties. 

For further information about our projects/programs, please click on one of the links to the left, in the blue panel.

ATTENTION:

Chipping Days - for 2020, are all complete.


Grand County Wildfire Council Fuels Reduction Cost-Share Program

The Grand County Wildfire Council is offering private landowners and collective groups of private landowners the opportunity to apply for incentive cost-share funding in an effort to implement recommendations outlined in approved Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPPs). Funding and/or technical assistance is available to assist homeowners/landowners with completing defensible space and/or landscape-scale fuels reduction projects.

Please use the following link for further information: Be Wildfire Ready