State, Private & Community Forests

State and Private Forestry and Tribal Relations

Map of the Rocky Mountain Region, divided up into service center stations.The Rocky Mountain Region of the USDA Forest Service manages more than 40 million acres in five states (Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming.) 17 National Forests & 7 National Grasslands are home to a magnificent diversity of resources and cultures. Western and eastern forests meet here, and the mountains of Colorado and Wyoming serve as the headwaters of seven major river systems. 

In recent years insects, disease, wildfires, floods, and urban development have changed the landscape. This created numerous opportunities to work with our neighbors, in partnership, to promote restoration and resiliency that benefit ecosystems and communities.

The State and Private Forestry and Tribal Relations (SPFTR) organization is the regional leader in providing technical and financial assistance to landowners and resource managers to help sustain the region’s forests and protect communities and the environment from wildland fires. Through cost-effective, non-regulatory partnerships Cooperative Forestry and conservation programs bring forest management assistance to a variety of landowners, including small woodlot, tribal, state, and federal.

Contact Information

 
 
 
State and Private Forestry and Tribal Relations
Mailing Address:
USDA Forest Service
740 Simms Street
Golden, CO  80401
 

 

Name
Title

Phone
Email

State and Private Forestry
and Tribal Relations

Jenna Sloan
Director

303-275-5750

jennasloan@fs.fed.us

Forest Health Protection

Roy Mask
Assistant Director

303-275-5061‚Äč

rmask@fs.fed.us

Biomass Utilization

Vacant
Biomass Coordinator

303-275-5239

 jeannalleurck@fs.fed.us

Landowner Assistance 

Jeanna Leurck
Program Manager

303-275-5239

 jeannalleurck@fs.fed.us  

Tribal Relations

Susan Johnson
Program Manager

303-275-5760

sjohnson08@fs.fed.us

Urban and Community Forestry

Dana Coelho
Program Manager

303-275-5231

dcoelho@fs.fed.us

Water Partnerships and
Forest Legacy

Mark Martin
Acting Program Manager

970-581-2541

 


Grant Forms:

Go to our Grant Forms web page to view and download available grant forms. 

State Forestry Programs:

Colorado 

Kansas 

Nebraska 

South Dakota 

Wyoming