Resource Protection and Accessibility Guidelines

Permits are only issued if an activity does not cause resource damage and provides equal access to services. If you are interested in obtaining a permit, or are currently a permit holder, please review the information and links provided here to learn about ways you can protect our National Forest resources and provide accessible services.

Accessibility and Title VI:

Accessibility Guidelines for Outfitters Brochure

Archeological Resources:

http://www.fs.fed.us/lei/archeological-resources-protection.php

http://www.fs.fed.us/recreation/programs/heritage/

Campfire Safety:

https://smokeybear.com/en/prevention-how-tos/campfire-safety

Smokey Campfire Safety Checklist

Leave No Trace:

www.lnt.org

Back Country Horsemen of Colorado Association's Leave No Trace website

Group Use Brochure

Principles of Outdoor Ethics

Leave No Trace: Outdoor Skills and Ethics- Backcountry Horse Use

Tread Lightly:

www.treadlightly.org

Tread Lightly's Ride-On Videos

Invasive Species:

Colorado Invasive Species Watch List

Colorado Noxious Weed List

Weed Free Forage Brochure

www.beyondbarkbeetles.org

Hungry Pests Spread By Firewood Video





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