GVM, Larimer County and the State of Colorado have numerous resources that provide additional information about topics contained in this website.
Maps and Trails
Manuals & Files
- Colorado Parks & Wildlife
- Living with Wildlife – this is a link to the Colorado Division of Wildlife website where you can find more information.
- Marmot Calls
- Wildlife Harassment Reporting
- Larimer County Animal Planning
- Impact of Outdoor Cats
- Chronic Wasting Disease – Mule Deer
- Preventing Woodpecker Damage
Native Plants Resources
Tree Disease/Insects & Control Resources
- Larimer County Tree Inspection: Contact D Lentz at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Demonstration Garden Resources
- Boulder Native Plant Website
- High Plain Environmental Center
- Green Tips – Sign up for “Green Living Tips” free online newsletter and they’ll plant a tree.
- Plant Talk Colorado – Sponsored by CSU, Denver Botanic Garden, and the Green Industries of Colorado. Read short articles or listen to audio files about xeriscape gardens, pine beetles, noxious weeds.
|Ips Beetles||no. 5.558|
|Mountain Pine Beetle||no. 5.528|
|Canada Thistle||no. 3.108|
|Musk Thistle||no. 3.102|
|Diffuse and Spotted Knapweed||no. 3.110|
|Cheatgrass and Wildfire||no. 6.310|
|Native Herbaceous Perennials for Colorado Landscapes||no. 7.242|
|Native Shrubs for Colorado Landscapes||no. 7.422|
|Native Trees for Colorado Landscapes||no. 7.421|
|Native Grasses for Colorado Landscapes||CMG #581|
Other External Links and Contacts
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- CSU Extension – Great information about conservation, forestry, range management, water, gardening, and wildlife and includes “Quick Tips” for each article.
- Colorado State Forest Service: Find a forester to answer questions about woodlands on your private land and in your community.
- The U.S. Forest Service Research Stations: They do more Natural Resources Research than anyone on the Planet!
- The Forest Health Management Webpage: Has the Aerial Survey maps of the progress of the mountain pine beetle.
- This is an excellent site from locals in GVM Greenspace Map